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House Publicly Reprimands Two of its Members (Mar 14, 2011)
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The Oklahoma House has voted to publicly reprimand two of its members. The House on Monday voted 67-18 to reprimand Rep. Mike Reynolds of Oklahoma City.

Reynolds was reprimanded after he interrupted the remarks of the Rev. Tom Hopkins of the Southpark Community Church of Tulsa as Hopkins spoke to the full House on Thursday.

Reynolds called for a point of order as Hopkins discussed health care issues before leading the House in prayer. Reynolds says he apologizes if his actions were rude.

The House also voted 34-30 to reprimand Rep. Randy Terrill of Moore for remarks he allegedly made in the office of Floor Leader Dan Sullivan last week. The remarks, which were not recorded, allegedly included threats and profanity. Terrill denies those accusations.

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