The Tulsa World is reporting that State Superintendent Janet Barresi is requesting that Attorney General Scott Pruitt investigate the possibility that board members violated the State's open meeting law.
I noted in my statement last week that, "Clearly they (the board members) had organized this effort before yesterday’s meeting in a pathetic attempt to embarrass Superintendent Barresi." I'm aware that Tim Gilpin has been attempting to frustrate Barresi beginning soon after the elections.
Gilpin was reportedly a financial contributor to Barresi's opponent. It's important that we not allow a few sore losers to negatively impact such an important agency.