June, 2016

Teacher Evaluation Reforms Take Effect July 1

Among the laws taking effect on July 1 are the reforms to the Teacher Leader Effectiveness Evaluation System (TLE). House Bill 2957 unties… 0

Incentive Evaluation Commission Sets Schedule for Incentive Reviews

The schedule to review state economic incentives by the Incentive Evaluation Commission was set on Wednesday. Dozens of incentives are slated to be… 1

Fallin Announces New Appointments

Governor Fallin today announced the following appointments to education-related boards. Each appointment has been confirmed by the Senate. Board of Trustees for Langston… 0

Pruitt to Speak at Domestic Violence Summit

Attorney General Scott Pruitt is one the speakers for the Oklahoma Commission on the Status of Women’s 2016 Solutions, Initiatives, and Strategies Summit…. 0

Presidential Poll: Too Close To Call

Quinnipiac University is out with a new poll on the presidential race. June 29, 2016 – Hate Winning, As Clinton-Trump Race Too Close… 0

KGOU: How The Democrats Lost Little Dixie

Fascinating article about the history of Little Dixie. http://kgou.org/post/losing-little-dixie-how-decades-democratic-dominance-came-end-southeast-oklahoma#stream/0  

NRA-PVF Anti-Clinton TV Spot

The National Rifle Association’s Political Victory Fund has something to say about the presidential race.

Lankford, Prayer Caucus Condemn SCOTUS for Not Taking Religious Freedom Case

Joined by his Congressional Prayer Caucus Co-Chair, Senator James Lankford raised concerns about the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision not to hear the case… 0

Three GOP Legislators Lose Seats

Three legislators, a senator and two representatives, were defeated in Tuesday’s voting. All three are Republicans. Senator Corey Brooks was narrowly defeated by… 0

Hooten Forces Caudill Into Runoff

Republican David B. Hooten has forced incumbent Oklahoma County Clerk Carolyn Caudill into a runoff. Hooten and Caudill advance to the August runoff…. 0

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