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Mullins Throws Support Behind Proposed HHS Short Term Health Insurance Rule »

A proposed Health and Human Services rule to help provide additional health insurance options has the support of Congressman Markwayne Mullin. The Department is proposing a rule intended to increase…

Feb 21 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

Enns Wants to Raise Requirements for Initiative Petitions in Fear of Recreational Marijuana Issue »

Rep. John Enns managed his bill. which make it more difficult to get an initiative petition on the ballot, through the House Rules Committee on Tuesday. The Tulsa World’s Randy…

Feb 21 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

Callahan Announces Bid to Replace Holt in Senate District 30 Seat »

Small business owner, wife, mother, foster parent, and community volunteer, Lori Callahan, made her campaign for the State Senate official Tuesday. She is seeking Senate District 30 that is currently…

Feb 21 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

Budget Hole for FY’19 Totals $167.8 Million »

The Legislature’s next budget hole isn’t as big as officials believed it would be; coming in at $167.8 million declared Tuesday by the Oklahoma Board of Equalization. NonDoc’s William Savage…

Feb 20 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

Senate Committee Approves Bill to Display “In God We Trust” Inside Oklahoma Classrooms »

A Senate committee Monday gave its approval of a bill that would require classrooms to display the national motto, “In God We Trust.” The Tulsa World’s Barbara Hoberock writes Senator…

Feb 20 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

House Approves Budget Cuts »

Nearly $46 million in spending cuts were approved by the House on Monday. The Tulsa World’s Randy Krehbiel writes the House adopted a series of measures including the cuts, keeping…

Feb 20 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

Cole: The Need To Reform The Drivers Of Our Debt »

By Congressman Tom Cole There is no question Congress must put our fiscal house in order. The debate surrounding spending cuts and increases, fundamental budgetary reform, and raising revenue will…

Feb 20 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

OCPA: A Better Plan »

By OCPA President Jonathan Small It’s easy for insiders to support tax increases–much easier than it is for low- and middle-income families and small businesses to pay higher taxes. That’s…

Feb 20 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

Murphey: Inconsistent Legislative Votes »

By Rep. Jason Murphey Consider the following statement one might hear if they stay around the capitol very long: “If there is one consistent thing about that legislator, it is…

Feb 20 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

Video: Lankford on Florida HS Shooting, Background Checks, Russian Indictments »

U.S. Senator James Lankford was a guest on NBC’s Meet the Press on Sunday. He discussed the Florida high school shooting and legislation to strengthen background checks, and the Russian…

Feb 19 2018 / No Comment / Read More »
General

Mullins Throws Support Behind Proposed HHS Short Term Health Insurance Rule »

A proposed Health and Human Services rule to help provide additional health insurance options has the support of Congressman Markwayne…

Feb 21 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

Enns Wants to Raise Requirements for Initiative Petitions in Fear of Recreational Marijuana Issue »

Rep. John Enns managed his bill. which make it more difficult to get an initiative petition on the ballot, through…

Feb 21 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

Lankford, Matthews Announces 1921 Tulsa Race Riot Education Curriculum »

As the 100th anniversary of the 1921 Tulsa Race Riot approaches, work is being done to include the event in…

Feb 21 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

Callahan Announces Bid to Replace Holt in Senate District 30 Seat »

Small business owner, wife, mother, foster parent, and community volunteer, Lori Callahan, made her campaign for the State Senate official…

Feb 21 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

Budget Hole for FY’19 Totals $167.8 Million »

The Legislature’s next budget hole isn’t as big as officials believed it would be; coming in at $167.8 million declared…

Feb 20 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

Oklahoma’s Population Approaches Four Million People »

Oklahoma’s population has increased by nearly five percent over the past seven years according to the latest figures from the…

Feb 20 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

Senate Committee Approves Bill to Display “In God We Trust” Inside Oklahoma Classrooms »

A Senate committee Monday gave its approval of a bill that would require classrooms to display the national motto, “In…

Feb 20 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

House Approves Budget Cuts »

Nearly $46 million in spending cuts were approved by the House on Monday. The Tulsa World’s Randy Krehbiel writes the…

Feb 20 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

Cole: The Need To Reform The Drivers Of Our Debt »

By Congressman Tom Cole There is no question Congress must put our fiscal house in order. The debate surrounding spending…

Feb 20 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

OCPA: A Better Plan »

By OCPA President Jonathan Small It’s easy for insiders to support tax increases–much easier than it is for low- and…

Feb 20 2018 / No Comment / Read More »


Legislature

Enns Wants to Raise Requirements for Initiative Petitions in Fear of Recreational Marijuana Issue »

Rep. John Enns managed his bill. which make it more difficult to get an initiative petition on the ballot, through the House Rules Committee on Tuesday. The Tulsa World’s Randy Krehbiel writes Enns wrote the bill in fear of a possible movement to legalize recreational…

Feb 21 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

Lankford, Matthews Announces 1921 Tulsa Race Riot Education Curriculum »

As the 100th anniversary of the 1921 Tulsa Race Riot approaches, work is being done to include the event in Oklahoma history curriculum. U.S. Senator James Lankford and Oklahoma Senator Kevin Matthews made the announcement Tuesday at U.S. Douglass High School in Oklahoma City. The…

Feb 21 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

Callahan Announces Bid to Replace Holt in Senate District 30 Seat »

Small business owner, wife, mother, foster parent, and community volunteer, Lori Callahan, made her campaign for the State Senate official Tuesday. She is seeking Senate District 30 that is currently held by Senator David Holt, who recently won the Oklahoma City Mayor’s election. Callahan stated…

Feb 21 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

Budget Hole for FY’19 Totals $167.8 Million »

The Legislature’s next budget hole isn’t as big as officials believed it would be; coming in at $167.8 million declared Tuesday by the Oklahoma Board of Equalization. NonDoc’s William Savage III writes while the budget gap isn’t as big, lawmakers will have several financial commitments…

Feb 20 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

Senate Committee Approves Bill to Display “In God We Trust” Inside Oklahoma Classrooms »

A Senate committee Monday gave its approval of a bill that would require classrooms to display the national motto, “In God We Trust.” The Tulsa World’s Barbara Hoberock writes Senator Wayne Shaw wrote the bill and believes it couldn’t cause a problem in the classroom,…

Feb 20 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

House Approves Budget Cuts »

Nearly $46 million in spending cuts were approved by the House on Monday. The Tulsa World’s Randy Krehbiel writes the House adopted a series of measures including the cuts, keeping vital social service programs intact and providing money for the state’s two medical schools. Read…

Feb 20 2018 / No Comment / Read More »
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State Government

Enns Wants to Raise Requirements for Initiative Petitions in Fear of Recreational Marijuana Issue

Rep. John Enns managed his bill. which make it more difficult to get an initiative petition on the ballot, through the House Rules Committee on Tuesday. The Tulsa World’s Randy Krehbiel writes Enns wrote the bill…

Feb 21 2018 / Read More »

Lankford, Matthews Announces 1921 Tulsa Race Riot Education Curriculum

As the 100th anniversary of the 1921 Tulsa Race Riot approaches, work is being done to include the event in Oklahoma history curriculum. U.S. Senator James Lankford and Oklahoma Senator Kevin Matthews made the announcement Tuesday…

Feb 21 2018 / Read More »

Callahan Announces Bid to Replace Holt in Senate District 30 Seat

Small business owner, wife, mother, foster parent, and community volunteer, Lori Callahan, made her campaign for the State Senate official Tuesday. She is seeking Senate District 30 that is currently held by Senator David Holt, who…

Feb 21 2018 / Read More »

Budget Hole for FY’19 Totals $167.8 Million

The Legislature’s next budget hole isn’t as big as officials believed it would be; coming in at $167.8 million declared Tuesday by the Oklahoma Board of Equalization. NonDoc’s William Savage III writes while the budget gap…

Feb 20 2018 / Read More »

Oklahoma’s Population Approaches Four Million People

Oklahoma’s population has increased by nearly five percent over the past seven years according to the latest figures from the U.S. Census Bureau. The Oklahoman’s Josh Dulaney writes the state’s net population gain was 179,266 people…

Feb 20 2018 / Read More »
Politics

Mullins Throws Support Behind Proposed HHS Short Term Health Insurance Rule

A proposed Health and Human Services rule to help provide additional health insurance options has the support of Congressman Markwayne Mullin. The Department is proposing a rule intended to increase competition, choice and access to lower-cost…

Feb 21 2018 / Read More »

Enns Wants to Raise Requirements for Initiative Petitions in Fear of Recreational Marijuana Issue

Rep. John Enns managed his bill. which make it more difficult to get an initiative petition on the ballot, through the House Rules Committee on Tuesday. The Tulsa World’s Randy Krehbiel writes Enns wrote the bill…

Feb 21 2018 / Read More »

Callahan Announces Bid to Replace Holt in Senate District 30 Seat

Small business owner, wife, mother, foster parent, and community volunteer, Lori Callahan, made her campaign for the State Senate official Tuesday. She is seeking Senate District 30 that is currently held by Senator David Holt, who…

Feb 21 2018 / Read More »

Budget Hole for FY’19 Totals $167.8 Million

The Legislature’s next budget hole isn’t as big as officials believed it would be; coming in at $167.8 million declared Tuesday by the Oklahoma Board of Equalization. NonDoc’s William Savage III writes while the budget gap…

Feb 20 2018 / Read More »

Senate Committee Approves Bill to Display “In God We Trust” Inside Oklahoma Classrooms

A Senate committee Monday gave its approval of a bill that would require classrooms to display the national motto, “In God We Trust.” The Tulsa World’s Barbara Hoberock writes Senator Wayne Shaw wrote the bill and…

Feb 20 2018 / Read More »
Education

Lankford, Matthews Announces 1921 Tulsa Race Riot Education Curriculum

As the 100th anniversary of the 1921 Tulsa Race Riot approaches, work is being done to include the event in Oklahoma history curriculum. U.S. Senator James Lankford and Oklahoma Senator Kevin Matthews made the announcement Tuesday…

Feb 21 2018 / Read More »

Senate Committee Approves Bill to Display “In God We Trust” Inside Oklahoma Classrooms

A Senate committee Monday gave its approval of a bill that would require classrooms to display the national motto, “In God We Trust.” The Tulsa World’s Barbara Hoberock writes Senator Wayne Shaw wrote the bill and…

Feb 20 2018 / Read More »

OCPA: A Better Plan

By OCPA President Jonathan Small It’s easy for insiders to support tax increases–much easier than it is for low- and middle-income families and small businesses to pay higher taxes. That’s why the Oklahoma Council of Public…

Feb 20 2018 / Read More »

Jones Proposes Revenue Plan, Lawmakers Consider Cuts

In the wake of the Step Up Oklahoma plan failure, State Auditor and Inspector Gary Jones has proposed a new revenue plan that has the support of the House Democrats. The Oklahoman’s Randy Ellis writes it…

Feb 16 2018 / Read More »

Teachers Blame Both Parties for Failure of Step Up Oklahoma Plan

Both parties get the blame if you ask teachers who are at fault for the failure of the Step Up Oklahoma plan in the House earlier this week. SoonerPoll asked that very question and found that…

Feb 15 2018 / Read More »
Congress

Mullins Throws Support Behind Proposed HHS Short Term Health Insurance Rule

A proposed Health and Human Services rule to help provide additional health insurance options has the support of Congressman Markwayne Mullin. The Department is proposing a rule intended to increase competition, choice and access to lower-cost…

Feb 21 2018 / Read More »

Lankford, Matthews Announces 1921 Tulsa Race Riot Education Curriculum

As the 100th anniversary of the 1921 Tulsa Race Riot approaches, work is being done to include the event in Oklahoma history curriculum. U.S. Senator James Lankford and Oklahoma Senator Kevin Matthews made the announcement Tuesday…

Feb 21 2018 / Read More »

Cole: The Need To Reform The Drivers Of Our Debt

By Congressman Tom Cole There is no question Congress must put our fiscal house in order. The debate surrounding spending cuts and increases, fundamental budgetary reform, and raising revenue will only intensify in the face of…

Feb 20 2018 / Read More »

Video: Lankford on Florida HS Shooting, Background Checks, Russian Indictments

U.S. Senator James Lankford was a guest on NBC’s Meet the Press on Sunday. He discussed the Florida high school shooting and legislation to strengthen background checks, and the Russian indictments. Watch the Lankford interview below.…

Feb 19 2018 / Read More »

Mullin: Infrastructure Reform Finally Gets a Green Light

By Congressman Markwayne Mullin Clunk.  Clunk.  Clunk. You’re driving down Highway 69 on your way to work and the roads are full of potholes the size of our neighboring state of Texas and uneven pavement that…

Feb 19 2018 / Read More »
About Mike & Jason

Mike McCarville Teen Correspondent, Oklahoma City Times 1957-58 U. S. Army 1958-61 507th U. S. Army Security Agency, Heilbronn, Germany U. S. Army Engineer Center, Ft. Belvoir, Va, host of “Fort Belvoir In Review” on WWDC…

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