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House Joint Resolution 1099, which would reject the state department of education's rules implementing Oklahoma's new science standards, was passed by the Oklahoma House of Representatives on a 55-31 vote on May 21, 2014. Part of the reason, the Tulsa World (May 22, 2014) explained, was that "[s]ome legislators ... objected to language they said appeared to encourage an 'agenda' concerning climate change."
NCSE is pleased to announce that the latest issue of Reports of the National Center for Science Education is now available on-line.
Two antievolution bills died in committee in the Missouri House of Representatives on May 16, 2014, when the legislature adjourned.