OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. - The state has received a "D" grade representing how well legislative information is made available to the public. This grade comes even after recent upgrades in technology by the Oklahoma Legislature.
The nonpartisan, nonprofit group Sunlight Foundation released transparency report cards on Monday for all 50 states and Washington D.C.
Legislative websites were analyzed analyzed to determine how accessible legislative information is made. Factors included completeness, timeliness, ease of electronic access, machine readability, use of commonly owned standards and permanence.
Eight states received an "A'' grade, while six states received an "F."