OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Anyone convicted of littering will pay a larger fine under legislation signed into law by Gov. Mary Fallin.
Fallin signed 30 bills Monday that were previously adopted by the Oklahoma Legislature. One doubles the fine for littering on public or private property from $200 to $400.
Fallin also signed a measure that converts the nonprofit CompSource Oklahoma into an independent mutual company to be known as Compsource Mutual Insurance Company. The agency writes about one-third of Oklahoma's workers' compensation policies.
Another bill Fallin signed prohibits the use of electronic benefit transfer cards that contain public assistance benefits in liquor stores, casinos, gaming establishments, adult-oriented entertainment establishments or establishments whose principal business is to sell tobacco products.