‘State Government’ Category

Thompson Named Adjutant General

Governor Fallin Thursday named Assistant Adjutant Brig. Gen. Michael C. Thompson to serve as Oklahoma’s adjutant general. His appointment takes effect Nov. 15…. 0

White Outlines Mental Health Budget Cuts

The Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services announced Wednesday what the impact of cuts would look like going forward. Commissioner… 0

Cornett Stumps in Tulsa

Oklahoma City Mayor Mick Cornett officially launched his campaign for governor this week and is trying to get in front of potential voters… 0

Crocker Announces Run for Sparks’ Senate District 16 Seat

Ed Crocker, 31 year Norman resident, announced Wednesday his candidacy for State Senate in the November 2018 election.  Senate District 16 is an… 0

Pay Cut Could Be in the Works for Legislators

A possible pay cut for legislators could be in the works. The Oklahoman’s Dale Denwalt writes the Legislative Compensation Board left the lawmakers’… 0

Oklahoma Lands Funding for Gifted and Talented Education Project

The Oklahoma State Department of Education will receive a $2.3 million grant over the next five years to identify and support gifted and… 0

OCPA: Another Red River Rivalry

By OCPA President Jonathan Small   Each year in October, Oklahoma’s eyes turn south of the Red River to the Cotton Bowl in… 1

Still Waiting

The capitol building has gone dark to replace the electrical system, so it will be at least another week before the Legislature can… 0

Murphey: More Decline of Transparency in the Legislature

By Rep. Jason Murphey Last week I described a key moment from the 2015 legislative session that put the Oklahoma Legislature on a… 1

Mulready Makes Campaign for Insurance Commissioner Official

More than a hundred supporters from across the state joined Glen Mulready last week to officially launch his campaign for Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner…. 0

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