OK: Judge will decide if governor justified in 900+ day delay in records cases

The government serves the people of Oklahoma and the law says the people have a right to know how and why the government makes its decisions.

“That means being able to look at records and if we see government doing something we don't think it ought to be doing, reacting to that and that means at the ballot box,” said Brady Henderson, legal director for the American Civil Liberties Union of Oklahoma. The ACLU of Oklahoma is representing two groups suing Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin for failing to provide records under the Oklahoma Open Records Act.