July, 2014

Lawsuit Challenges Production Tax Change

A lawsuit challenges the new law setting the state’s gross production tax: http://newsok.com/lawsuit-challenges-bill-changing-oklahomas-production-tax/article/5102535

Newberry Gets CSG Scholarship

Senator Dan Newberry is one of 48 state lawmakers from across the country to be selected by the Council of State Governments (CSG)… 0

Jones Releases DOC Performance Audit

Auditor’s Office State Auditor Gary Jones has released a Performance Audit Report of the Department of Corrections (DOC). Governor Mary Fallin requested the… 0

Policy Institute To Honor Bellmon Legacy

Oklahoma Policy Institute will honor Governor Henry Bellmon with the 2014 Good Sense/Good Cents Award, followed by a panel discussion on the Bellmon… 0

Mullin Makes ‘Beautiful’ List

Rep. Markwayne Mullin has been named one of The Hill’s “50 Most Beautiful People” for 2014: http://thehill.com/50-most-beautiful/2014

Yen Adds Hill To Campaign

Senate candidate Dr. Ervin Yen has added consultant¬†Neva Hill to his campaign. Yen is a Republican candidate in Senate District 40. The seat… 0

Editorial: Weighing Term Limits

Editorial The Oklahoman TO critics, legislative terms limits have devastated Oklahoma‚Äôs political system by reducing institutional memory among lawmakers, generating high turnover and… 3

Fallin Tops Dorman In New Poll

A new poll, from The New York Times and CBS-TV, has Governor Fallin 10 points ahead of Democrat Joe Dorman in the governor’s… 0

Miller: Income Tax Cut ‘Clear as mud’

Treasurer Ken Miller says income tax reduction “clear as mud”: http://newsok.com/oklahoma-treasurer-calls-income-tax-reduction-measure-clear-as-mud/article/5087203

Voter Registration Deadline Is Friday

Voters have until Friday to register to vote in the August 26th Runoff Primary Election, Election Board Secretary Paul Ziriax said. Voter registration… 0

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