Metriarch®

Legislative Tracker

Metriarch®
Legislative Tracker

59th Legislature, 2nd Regular Session (2024)

About the Tracker

We track legislation that affects women's health in Oklahoma. Our efforts began in 2020 and we continue to work with with our partners to provide robust, accurate information presented in an easy-to-follow format. Bills are updated daily during session.

Still Active 2023 Bills

Bills introduced in the first year of the two year legislative cycle continue in the process where they left off, as long as they weren't voted down. These are called carryovers. Be sure to check out last year's tracker to see what's still in play. 

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Legislative Glossary

Have you asked yourself, "what the heck is Engrossed!?" Dive into our legislative glossary where you will find an extensive list of legislative terms. Be sure to check out our videos on how a bill becomes a law in Oklahoma!

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Making Contact

Sure, we could give you a link to find your legislator, but then what? If you have ever found yourself paralyzed not knowing what to say, check out this quick and easy breakdown on how to craft a communication with representatives.

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Highlight bills by policy issues

INTRODUCED

ASSIGNED AND ELIGIBLE FOR COMMITTEE

FAILED TO PROGRESS

ELIGIBLE TO BE HEARD ON THE FLOOR

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FLOOR VOTE SCHEDULED

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ENGROSSED

CONFERENCE COMMITTEE

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ENROLLED

SENT TO THE GOVERNOR

GOVERNOR'S DECISION

VETO

APPROVE

Highlight bills by policy issues

More Bills to Watch

Healthcare Access

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Maternal Health

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Education

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Original language: Failed

New language: Sent to the Governor

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Economic Opportunity

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LGBTQ+

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Interpersonal Violence

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Economic Opportunity

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About Metriarch®

Metriarch® is a statewide data collaborative that aims to normalize and broaden women’s health conversations in Oklahoma through data storytelling, resource curation, and interactive outreach events.

Disclaimer on Summarizing

We recognize that summarizing information is neither unbiased nor infallible; to summarize is to choose the information that will be highlighted. We are committed to learning and understanding the ways in which bias can affect the translation of complex material.