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Legislation Filed, Nichols Begins Last Session in OK House

Red Flag Laws, Affordable Housing Credit Among Democrat’s Final Push

TULSA, OK – Rep. Monroe Nichols (D-Tulsa), candidate for Tulsa Mayor, filed legislation recently for his eighth and final legislative session in the Oklahoma House of Representatives. The Tulsa Democrat, continuing work from previous sessions, filed bills to address public safety, education funding, workers rights and affordable housing.

“The issues plaguing Oklahoma communities are not going to wait for someone else to act,” Nichols said. “Every year the legislature comes into session, and we have an opportunity to make decisions that will positively impact the citizens we serve. These bills are filed, many with bipartisan support, because working together and investing in ideas and outcomes that put people over politics should always be our priority.”

Legislation for the 2024 legislative session:

  • HB3243: Increases the affordable tax credit to $15 million until 2029.

  • HB3244: Creates a regional education partnership grant administered by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education.

  • HB3245: Repeals Oklahoma’s Anti-Red Flag Law.

  • HB3246: Allows municipalities with a population of 300,000 or more to address gun issues by city ordinance.

  • HB3247: Provides a state employee pay raise.

  • HB3248: Creates an outcomes grant for Oklahoma community colleges.

  • HJR1049: Allows qualifying districts to create a local economically disadvantaged levy to support schools in the districts.


About State Rep. Monroe Nichols:

Monroe Nichols has been a leading voice on education, healthcare, criminal justice reform, and economic growth. A four-term legislator, Nichols is an established leader in the Oklahoma House of Representatives and serves as the current chair of the Oklahoma Legislative Black Caucus. Nichols brings a wealth of experience from government, business, higher-education, and non-profit sectors. Nichols has been recognized with numerous awards for his public service. As mayor, Monroe will work tirelessly to end homelessness, invest in education, expand our economy, and ensure Tulsa is the safest big city in America.


Dana Walton, Campaign Manager

(307) 258-1825

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