‘State Government’ Category

Economic Report Available

The new Oklahoma Economic Report from the State Treasurer’s Office is ready to be downloaded. This edition features information on the Rainy Day Fund… 0

Reid Mullins Reports: Pruitt On Lethal Injection, Religious Freedom In Schools

 Reid Mullins Reports Attorney General Scott Pruitt addresses a case before the Supreme Court involving lethal injection, Oklahoma’s options in future executions, and… 0

Fallin Names New Member Of Water Resources Board, Reappoints Three Members

Governor Fallin today named Stephen Allen, of Jenks, to the Oklahoma Water Resources Board. She also reappointed board members Bob Drake, of Davis,… 0

Doak Applauds Supreme Court Decision

Insurance Department Insurance Commissioner John D. Doak has released the following statement in regard to the Oklahoma Supreme Court’s decision to deny the… 0

Fallin Approves Statewide Charter Schools Measure

Jay Chilton MiddleGround News School districts gain the freedom to commission charter schools throughout the state following Governor Fallin’s signing of a bill… 2

More Controversy Involving Board Of Education

There’s more controversy involving the State Board of Education. This time, it’s over legal representation. http://www.tulsaworld.com/news/education/state-board-of-education-delays-vote-on-contract-with-attorney/article_617d614d-cfbb-5613-90cb-7296c03e8fe9.html

Sooner Survey: Don’t Cut Funds For Education, Public Safety, Transportation

Sooner Survey: Oklahomans don’t embrace cutting funds for education, public safety or transportation. And here’s more. April Sooner Survey – Budget Shortfall

Fallin Names Dan Ramsey To CompSource Board

Governor Fallin today announced the appointment of Dan Ramsey to the board of directors of CompSource Mutual Insurance Company, the insurance company for… 0

March Tax Collections Beat Estimate

While General Revenue Fund (GRF) collections continued to perform above expectations in March, signals emerged of the coming effect low oil prices may… 0

Speak Out For Workplace Safety Program Marks 3rd Year

Department of Labor Each year, thousands of Oklahoma teens will transition into summer jobs, part-time work, or internships to earn extra spending money,… 0

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