‘Legislature’ Category

Treasurer’s Economic Report Released

The new Oklahoma Economic Report from the State Treasurer’s Office is ready to download and read. This edition features a postmortem on the legislation… 0

Oil & Gas Association’s Warmington Lauds Fallin

The Oklahoma Oil & Gas Association on Friday lauded Governor Fallin for signing Senate Bill 809 into law. The new law, which was… 0

Bingman Applauds Signing Of OKPOP Funding Bill

Senate President Pro Tempore Brian Bingman on Friday issued the following statement on the governor’s signing of Senate Bill 839. The proposal, authored… 0

OK2A Endorses Crawford In HD85

The Oklahoma Second Amendment Association announced they are endorsing Ralph Crawford in the special election iu House District 85. “The Oklahoma Second Amendment… 0

Reid Mullins Reports: Lamb On Possible Special Session

Lt. Governor Todd Lamb talks about the 55th Legislative Session, the possibility of a special session for a budget redux, the SLRC, and… 0

Desert Snow In Civil Asset Forfeiture Controversy Again

KFOR has a report on the controversial Guthrie firm Desert Snow and its involvement in civil asset forfeiture on Oklahoma highways: http://kfor.com/2015/05/28/technicality-could-force-drug-charges-to-be-dropped-in-multiple-oklahoma-counties/

Social Media: A. J. Griffin Honored…

Gloria Torres, Oklahoma Commission on the Status of Women Congratulations to Senator A.J. Griffin, awarded the Oklahoma Commission on the Status of Women,… 0

GOP National Committeeman Steve Fair: Quit Campaigning On Government Streamlining If You Don’t Want To Do It

Steve Fair Republican National Committeeman From The Tulsa World The 2015 Oklahoma Legislature adjourned on Friday. This was a down budget year. The… 2

Fallin Signs AICM Funding Bill

Governor’s Office Governor Fallin today signed a bill that would fund completion of the American Indian Cultural Center and Museum in Oklahoma City…. 0

MiddleGround News: Will Fallin Veto The Budget?

Jay Chilton examines the effect statewide flooding and damage to roads and bridgs could have on the governor’s decision. http://themiddlegroundnews.com/article/swag-rodeos-and-space-travel-given-priority-over-flooded-roads-and-bridges  

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