Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Wallace Collins



Collins is one of the only legislators that did not get a single bill passed. This is a birthday card that Wallace sends to his constituents. Notice the spelling of Wallace.I also question the legality of Wallace using the State Seal on personal mail. I believe we have a state law concerning the proper use of the State Seal.
Bob

Use of the Seal

It is a misdemeanor for any person to use the "Great Seal of the State of Oklahoma" or facsimile thereof, on any identification document, identification card, or identification certificate which is not issued by an entity of this state or political subdivision thereof, or by the United States. Provided, nothing in the paragraph shall be construed to prohibit the use of the "Great Seal of the State of Oklahoma" for authorized advertising, including but not limited to, business cards, calling cards and stationery.

2 comments:

bob said...

I received an email today explaining that I spelled constituents wrong. Thanks for bringing this to my attention. At least, I know how to spell my name.
Bob

Capitol said...

oh for crying out loud! Do I have to do ALL the work?????!!!!! This is from the Secretary of State's OFFICIAL web site. Took about 5 seconds to find it:

Use of the Seal

It is a misdemeanor for any person to use the "Great Seal of the State of Oklahoma" or facsimile thereof, on any identification document, identification card, or identification certificate which is not issued by an entity of this state or political subdivision thereof, or by the United States. Provided, nothing in the paragraph shall be construed to prohibit the use of the "Great Seal of the State of Oklahoma" for authorized advertising, including but not limited to, business cards, calling cards and stationery.

O.S. 21 § 1550.41