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Hofmeister Points to Student Trauma as Classroom Issue »

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Joy Hofmeister tied Oklahoma’s high rate of incarceration and food insecurity to students dealing with trauma in the classroom. The Stillwater News Press/CNHI News Oklahoma’s…

Sep 26 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

Oklahoma Marijuana Business Licenses Cross 1,000 Mark »

It appears the medical marijuana industry in Oklahoma doesn’t suffer from a lack of interest. Marijuana Business Daily’s Jeff Smith writes in the month since the state began taking applications…

Sep 26 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

Ethics Commission Sued Over Gift Rules »

The Institute for Justice has filed a federal lawsuit against the Oklahoma Ethics Commission because its gift restrictions won’t allow it to distribute a $15 book to lawmakers. The Oklahoman’s…

Sep 26 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

Five State Questions for Voters to Decide in November »

Not only are Oklahoma voters going to decide who occupies the governor’s mansion and the make up of the Legislature, they will also decide the fate of five state questions…

Sep 26 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

OCPA: Continued Wind Cronyism Devastating School Budgets »

By Jonathan Small, president of the Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs (OCPA) How did mankind figure out fire without a government program? These days every new technology has backers who…

Sep 26 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

Ethics Commission Budget Complaint Rejected by OK Supreme Court »

The Oklahoma Supreme Court issued a decision to reject the Oklahoma Ethics Commission’s bid to sue for more funding from the Legislature. The Oklahoman’s Nolan Clay writes the Commission and…

Sep 25 2018 / 1 Comment / Read More »

First Debate Between Stitt, Edmondson in 2018 Governor’s Race »

The Oklahoman held the first official debate in the Oklahoma Governor’s race between Republican Kevin Stitt and Democrat Drew Edmondson Monday evening. Political reporter Chris Casteel moderated the debate. You…

Sep 25 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

State Question 793 Politics Heats Up »

The campaign supporting State Question 793 is calling on the campaign against it to retract a recent TV ad. SQ 793 asks voters to allow eye doctors to practice in…

Sep 25 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

Henry Endorses Hofmeister in State Superintendent Race »

It’s not often in modern politics that a Democrat or Republican will cross party lines to endorse a candidate, but former Oklahoma Governor Brad Henry, a Democrat, is doing just…

Sep 25 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

Democrat Stites Challenges Republican Olsen to Shooting Match in HD 2 Race »

Tired of being told that he can’t support the Second Amendment as a Democrat, Tom Stites is challenging his Republican opponent, Jim Olsen to a shooting match. The Tulsa World’s…

Sep 24 2018 / No Comment / Read More »
General

Hofmeister Points to Student Trauma as Classroom Issue »

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Joy Hofmeister tied Oklahoma’s high rate of incarceration and food insecurity to students dealing with…

Sep 26 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

Oklahoma Marijuana Business Licenses Cross 1,000 Mark »

It appears the medical marijuana industry in Oklahoma doesn’t suffer from a lack of interest. Marijuana Business Daily’s Jeff Smith…

Sep 26 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

Ethics Commission Sued Over Gift Rules »

The Institute for Justice has filed a federal lawsuit against the Oklahoma Ethics Commission because its gift restrictions won’t allow…

Sep 26 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

Five State Questions for Voters to Decide in November »

Not only are Oklahoma voters going to decide who occupies the governor’s mansion and the make up of the Legislature,…

Sep 26 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

OCPA: Continued Wind Cronyism Devastating School Budgets »

By Jonathan Small, president of the Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs (OCPA) How did mankind figure out fire without a…

Sep 26 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

Ethics Commission Budget Complaint Rejected by OK Supreme Court »

The Oklahoma Supreme Court issued a decision to reject the Oklahoma Ethics Commission’s bid to sue for more funding from…

Sep 25 2018 / 1 Comment / Read More »

First Debate Between Stitt, Edmondson in 2018 Governor’s Race »

The Oklahoman held the first official debate in the Oklahoma Governor’s race between Republican Kevin Stitt and Democrat Drew Edmondson…

Sep 25 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

State Question 793 Politics Heats Up »

The campaign supporting State Question 793 is calling on the campaign against it to retract a recent TV ad. SQ…

Sep 25 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

Henry Endorses Hofmeister in State Superintendent Race »

It’s not often in modern politics that a Democrat or Republican will cross party lines to endorse a candidate, but…

Sep 25 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

Democrat Stites Challenges Republican Olsen to Shooting Match in HD 2 Race »

Tired of being told that he can’t support the Second Amendment as a Democrat, Tom Stites is challenging his Republican…

Sep 24 2018 / No Comment / Read More »


Legislature

Five State Questions for Voters to Decide in November »

Not only are Oklahoma voters going to decide who occupies the governor’s mansion and the make up of the Legislature, they will also decide the fate of five state questions mostly put on the ballot by the Legislature. The subjects range from where eye care…

Sep 26 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

Ethics Commission Budget Complaint Rejected by OK Supreme Court »

The Oklahoma Supreme Court issued a decision to reject the Oklahoma Ethics Commission’s bid to sue for more funding from the Legislature. The Oklahoman’s Nolan Clay writes the Commission and Legislature are at odds since stricter rules have been placed on elected officials. The Commission…

Sep 25 2018 / 1 Comment / Read More »

Oklahoma GOP Wants Clarification of Ethics Rule on Helping Candidates »

Oklahoma Republican Party chairwoman Pam Pollard is raising concerns about a new interpretation of ethics rules that has some candidates pushing away help from the party. The Oklahoman’s Nolan Clay writes Pollard claims Republican candidates are getting legal advice to cease communications with the state…

Sep 20 2018 / 1 Comment / Read More »

State Chamber Wants Clarity for Employers Dealing with Medical Marijuana Patients »

In its ninth meeting since being formed, the legislative Medical Marijuana Work Group heard the concerns of the State Chamber of Oklahoma concerning medical cannabis in the workplace. The business organization was focused on workplace safety, but also wanted employers to have more power concerning…

Sep 20 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

Large Number of Fresh Faces Expected in Next Legislature »

The Oklahoma Legislature is about to experience a major change to its membership no matter how the general election turns out. NonDoc’s Ben White writes even before the November election a large chunk of legislative seats will have a new name attached to them. Both…

Sep 19 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

Shortey Sentenced »

Former Oklahoma Senator Ralph Shortey will spend 15 years in federal prison for having a sexual encounter with a 17 year old boy. The Oklahoman’s Nolan Clay writes Shortey apologized for living a double life. He pleaded guilty late last year to child sex trafficking.…

Sep 18 2018 / No Comment / Read More »
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State Government

Hofmeister Points to Student Trauma as Classroom Issue

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Joy Hofmeister tied Oklahoma’s high rate of incarceration and food insecurity to students dealing with trauma in the classroom. The Stillwater News Press/CNHI News Oklahoma’s David Bitton writes Hofmeister contends teachers…

Sep 26 2018 / Read More »

Oklahoma Marijuana Business Licenses Cross 1,000 Mark

It appears the medical marijuana industry in Oklahoma doesn’t suffer from a lack of interest. Marijuana Business Daily’s Jeff Smith writes in the month since the state began taking applications for cannabis business licenses, regulators have…

Sep 26 2018 / Read More »

Ethics Commission Sued Over Gift Rules

The Institute for Justice has filed a federal lawsuit against the Oklahoma Ethics Commission because its gift restrictions won’t allow it to distribute a $15 book to lawmakers. The Oklahoman’s Nolan Clay writes the lawsuit was…

Sep 26 2018 / Read More »

Five State Questions for Voters to Decide in November

Not only are Oklahoma voters going to decide who occupies the governor’s mansion and the make up of the Legislature, they will also decide the fate of five state questions mostly put on the ballot by…

Sep 26 2018 / Read More »

OCPA: Continued Wind Cronyism Devastating School Budgets

By Jonathan Small, president of the Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs (OCPA) How did mankind figure out fire without a government program? These days every new technology has backers who insist they are one more government…

Sep 26 2018 / Read More »
Politics

Hofmeister Points to Student Trauma as Classroom Issue

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Joy Hofmeister tied Oklahoma’s high rate of incarceration and food insecurity to students dealing with trauma in the classroom. The Stillwater News Press/CNHI News Oklahoma’s David Bitton writes Hofmeister contends teachers…

Sep 26 2018 / Read More »

Oklahoma Marijuana Business Licenses Cross 1,000 Mark

It appears the medical marijuana industry in Oklahoma doesn’t suffer from a lack of interest. Marijuana Business Daily’s Jeff Smith writes in the month since the state began taking applications for cannabis business licenses, regulators have…

Sep 26 2018 / Read More »

Ethics Commission Sued Over Gift Rules

The Institute for Justice has filed a federal lawsuit against the Oklahoma Ethics Commission because its gift restrictions won’t allow it to distribute a $15 book to lawmakers. The Oklahoman’s Nolan Clay writes the lawsuit was…

Sep 26 2018 / Read More »

Five State Questions for Voters to Decide in November

Not only are Oklahoma voters going to decide who occupies the governor’s mansion and the make up of the Legislature, they will also decide the fate of five state questions mostly put on the ballot by…

Sep 26 2018 / Read More »

OCPA: Continued Wind Cronyism Devastating School Budgets

By Jonathan Small, president of the Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs (OCPA) How did mankind figure out fire without a government program? These days every new technology has backers who insist they are one more government…

Sep 26 2018 / Read More »
Education

Hofmeister Points to Student Trauma as Classroom Issue

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Joy Hofmeister tied Oklahoma’s high rate of incarceration and food insecurity to students dealing with trauma in the classroom. The Stillwater News Press/CNHI News Oklahoma’s David Bitton writes Hofmeister contends teachers…

Sep 26 2018 / Read More »

Five State Questions for Voters to Decide in November

Not only are Oklahoma voters going to decide who occupies the governor’s mansion and the make up of the Legislature, they will also decide the fate of five state questions mostly put on the ballot by…

Sep 26 2018 / Read More »

OCPA: Continued Wind Cronyism Devastating School Budgets

By Jonathan Small, president of the Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs (OCPA) How did mankind figure out fire without a government program? These days every new technology has backers who insist they are one more government…

Sep 26 2018 / Read More »

Henry Endorses Hofmeister in State Superintendent Race

It’s not often in modern politics that a Democrat or Republican will cross party lines to endorse a candidate, but former Oklahoma Governor Brad Henry, a Democrat, is doing just that for State Superintendent of Public…

Sep 25 2018 / Read More »

Yukon Educator Named Oklahoma Teacher of the Year

A Yukon elementary school art educator whose alter-ego as the Caped Crusader earned her the nickname the “Batman Teacher” is Oklahoma’s 2019 Teacher of the Year. Becky Oglesby teaches Pre-K through third grade at Ranchwood Elementary…

Sep 19 2018 / Read More »
Congress

Lankford Supports Trump Administration’s New National Cyber Strategy

The Trump Administration released its new National Cyber Strategy plan on Thursday. It gained the support of U.S. Senator James Lankford. The White House says this is the first time in 15 years that the U.S.…

Sep 21 2018 / Read More »

Fallin Moves Forward with Oklahoma Veterans Pilot Program

Governor Fallin Thursday received the final report from the Oklahoma Veterans Pilot Program, a private/public initiative to develop a comprehensive health care access and delivery system for the state’s veterans. The report’s findings recommends a three-year…

Sep 21 2018 / Read More »

Oklahoma GOP Wants Clarification of Ethics Rule on Helping Candidates

Oklahoma Republican Party chairwoman Pam Pollard is raising concerns about a new interpretation of ethics rules that has some candidates pushing away help from the party. The Oklahoman’s Nolan Clay writes Pollard claims Republican candidates are…

Sep 20 2018 / Read More »

Mullin: A Stronger National Defense

By Congressman Markwayne Mullin Long before President Trump was even sworn into office, he made a commitment to provide the men and women of our armed forces with the tools and resources they need to do…

Sep 20 2018 / Read More »

Lankford Part of Group Introducing Bill to Better Track Unaccompanied Minors Crossing the Border

U.S. Senator James Lankford joins Senators Rob Portman, Richard Blumenthal and Tom Carper introducing a bill to instruct the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to better track the unaccompanied minors who cross the border.…

Sep 19 2018 / Read More »
About Mike & Jason

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