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Bill Proposed to Name Oklahoma Highway After Donald Trump

Bill Proposed to Name Oklahoma Highway After Donald Trump
19 Feb 2020

A bill proposed to name an Oklahoma highway after President Donald Trump is forging ahead in the Oklahoma state legislature after it passed a state Senate committee on Tuesday.

Sen. Nathan Dahm (R-Broken Arrow) and Sen. Marty Guinn (R-Claremore)— the bill’s sponsors— want to rename a 20-mile stretch of highway on Highway 287 from Boise City to the Oklahoma/Texas state border, calling it the “President Donald J. Trump Highway.”

Dahm says he wants to rename the highway partly because of the high voter turnout in that area for Trump. But some senators are wondering whether the move is legal, because of laws that state that buildings and highways should only be named after the deceased after a number of years.

“It’s my understanding that we have some clear guidelines as to how bridges and highways can be named based on individuals that have been deceased not less than three years,” said Senator Carri Hicks (D-Oklahoma City)... FULL ARTICLE

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