Oklahomans Against SQ 793
Vote No On 793
Big retail corporations like Walmart want to change our state’s constitution to put optometry practices in their stores. Why? Pure and simple, this is about corporate greed. Taking optometric physicians out of medical clinics and lowering the standard of medical care is bad for Oklahomans and bad for vision health.
Oklahoma has some of the strongest laws in the country to encourage safe, reliable and cost-effective vision care. As a result, we have talented optometrists operating in virtually every corner of the state. Rewriting those laws to fit Walmart’s business model will make it harder to find high quality, affordable optometric services.
On November 6th, Oklahoma voters will decide if we will allow out-of-state corporations to change our Constitution and write our laws for us, or if we will stand up for quality medical care and vision health by voting “NO” on State Question 793.