Investigation sought against Oklahoma tourism agency
December 22, 2017
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — An organization representing state employees is asking Oklahoma's attorney general to investigate the Tourism and Recreation Department over allegations that it broke laws regulating employment practices, taxpayer funds and public records.
The Oklahoma Public Employees Association sent a written request for the investigation to the state attorney general, Oklahoma County district attorney and House Special Investigation Committee, The Oklahoman reported.
"Oklahomans deserve to know if the agency disregarded merit protection commission and district court orders pertain...