Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt (R) signed a bill Friday that names a highway in Oklahoma after former President Donald Trump.
The bill signed by Stitt names a “section of a highway in the Panhandle — 287 from Boise City to Texas — ‘President Donald J. Trump Highway.’ It would also direct the Department of Transportation to place suitable permanent markers bearing the name on the highway,” a local news station reported.
An amendment to the bill by Republicans repealed the requirement that the person would have to be dead three years before a highway could be named for them.
Democrats were not happy about the new law, of course.
It pains them that anyone would think Trump deserved to be honored, even to the point of changing a rule in order to do so.
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