‘General’ Category

Red Dirt Report: Lawmakers Puzzled By Civil Asset Forfeiture Hearing Site

Tim Farley of the Red Dirt Report takes an extensive look at this developing controversy. www.reddirtreport.com/red-dirt-news/lawmakers-puzzled-sykes-decision-move-interim-study-away-capitol  

Education Department Promotes Bacharach, Adds Kinney, Clark

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Joy Hofmeister announced the fulfillment of two leadership positions today, the same day the Oklahoma State Board of… 0

Crain Defends Tulsa Hearing Site Selection

Tulsa Senator Brian Crain today defended the selection of a remote Tulsa County site as the place where an interim study hearing on… 0

Costello Contributions Address

Tulsa County Republican Chairman Mike Ford shares the mailing address for contributions in memory of Labor Commissioner Mark Costello. “We’ve received a lot… 0

Holt: Sykes ‘Non-responsive’

Senator David Holt, a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, says Chairman Anthony Sykes hasn’t explained why a hearing on civil asset forfeiture… 0

Lisa Billy Endorses Downing As Successor

Rep. Lisa J. Billy today announced her endorsement of Tim Downing, Republican, to replace her in the District 42 House of Representatives seat…. 0

Judiciary Panel Member ‘Perplexed’ By Hearing Site

A member of the Senate Judiciary Committee said today she is “perplexed” by the selection of the Tulsa Police Academy as the site… 0

Forfeiture Hearing Long Distance From Committee Members

By Mike McCarville Only one of the 10 members of the Senate Judiciary Committee live anywhere near the site designated for an interim… 1

Sykes Silent On Civil Asset Forfeiture Hearing Site

Senator Anthony Sykes has yet to respond to a question about his relocation of an interim study hearing on civil asset forfeiture from… 0

Costello Family Suggests Mental Health Gifts

From the Family of Labor Commissioner Mark Costello: The outpouring of support from our fellow Oklahoman’s and others is a blessing to our… 0

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