An Oklahoma Senate committee has passed a measure calling for a public vote to let college districts a 1-time improve on bonding capability to shell out for college safety upgrades like storm shelters and secure rooms.
The Senate Guidelines Committee voted 12-3 for the bill, which now proceeds to the full Senate.
The bill has been touted by Gov. Mary Fallin as a way to allow a lot more districts to spend for security upgrades.
It calls for a statewide vote on whether to amend the constitution to allow districts to approve a one particular-time enhance in bonding limits.