January, 2014

Ivester Says This His Last Session

Senate Communications Division Senate Caucus Chair Tom Ivester announced Thursday that he has decided not to seek another term in the Oklahoma State… 1

Inhofe Tops $1.5 Million In Cash On Hand

Senator Jim Inhofe announced today that his campaign raised $402,582.62 in the fourth financial reporting quarter of 2013. Inhofe begins 2014 with a… 0

Income Tax Cut Problematic?

Barbara Hoberock Tulsa World The state House and Senate appear to have a lot of work ahead as they struggle to reach an… 2

Electoral College Debate Tonight

Mullins Returns To Morning Radio

Staff Former KTOK morning show host Reid Mullins returns to morning radio Monday with “The Ride With Reid” on KZLS-1640 AM. Mullins, a 28… 10

Newell Wants To Abolish Board Of Corrections

Rep. Tom Newell wants to abolish the Board of Corrections: http://newsok.com/lawmaker-files-bill-to-abolish-oklahoma-board-of-corrections/article/3928546

Reducing The Personal Income Tax

There have been several developments the past few days in the conversation across Oklahoma — and nationally, as well — about reducing Oklahoma’s… 0

Cornett Files For Reelection

Oklahoma City Mayor Mick Cornett filed for reelection today. Challenger Ed Shadid did so as well: http://newsok.com/mick-cornett-files-for-re-election-as-oklahoma-city-mayor/article/3928396

Hubbard Rips Lucas, Farm Bill

Provided Republican congressional candidate Robert Hubbard called Frank Lucas’ support for the Farm Bill as one more reason by Lucas is out of… 2

School Storm Shelter Funding Bill Filed

House Media Division In an effort to keep school-aged children safe from severe storms and violent-crime situations, two state representatives are seeking to… 0

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