August, 2015

KWTV Examines Forfeiture Issue

KWTV examines the civil asset forfeiture issue.

Asset Forfeiture: Do Police Seize Money From The Innocent?

It’s a contentious issue, civil asset forfeiture. Here’s yet another look at it.

NFIB Endorses Chip Carter

The National Federation of Independent Business, Oklahoma’s leading small-business association, has endorsed Chip Carter in the District 85 race. “Chip Carter is the… 0

Rubio To Discuss Energy In OKC

Senator David Holt advises that Marco Rubio on Wednesday will be in Oklahoma City to discuss his energy policy with energy leaders.   

Murphey: Losing A Kindred Spirit

Rep. Jason Murphey I remember that day in 2009 as one of those busy days in which I struggled to keep up with… 0

Congressional Delegation: Assets Top Million

Oklahoma’s congressional delegation composed mostly of millionaires.

OpEd: For And Against Reform

Two opinions, one in favor of civil asset forfeiture law reform, the other opposed.…/…/5443051

Court Orders Seized Items Returned

No dope, no charge, but law enforcement officials seized his assets anyway. Now they’ve been ordered to return them,  

Pruitt’s Office To Begin Review Process

Attorney General Scott Pruitt’s office is about to begin reviewing the duties of all state boards and commissions.

Social Media: Rep. Jason Nelson On Facebook…

“I was honored to receive the Parent Promise Leadership Award tonight. Parent Promise hosted its 19th Annual Melody Lane fundraiser. A big thank… 0

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