The Tulsa Urban League is not a public body pursuant to the OMA - unless the League were to receive support in whole or in part by public funds, or become entrusted with the expending of public funds, or administering public property.
This opinion speaks to the Corporate Commission and how it is not part of the "judiciary." NOTE: This opinion was overruled by Monson v. State, ex rel. Oklahoma Corporate Commission, 673 P.2d 839 (Okla. 1983).
The Oklahoma State Board of Medical Examiners may hold more than one regular meeting in the first six months of the calendar year and more than one regular meeting in the last six months of the calendar year, at which time they may consider disciplinary hearings.
A public body may not meet in executive session for the purpose of privately conferring with the lawyer representing the body. NOTE: This opinion was overruled by Oklahoma Association of Municipal Attorneys v. State ex rel. Derryberry, 577 P.2d 1310 (Okla. 1978).