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April 16, 2017
A change to the Oklahoma House website removed legislators’ public email addresses and replaced them with a contact form that some critics believe will restrict access to lawmakers.
The House replaced public emails with online forms that require senders to disclose their first and last names, address and telephone number – information that previously wasn’t required to email lawmakers.
Oklahoma House, Senate Members With Emails
Some House members say the form is needed to limit mass and spam emails and help highlight messages from their own constituents. Others questioned whether requ...