July, 2016

Democrats Have Hope For Cleveland, Oklahoma Counties

Can Hillary Clinton carry Cleveland and Oklahoma Counties this fall? Some Democrats apparently think so. http://newsok.com/after-three-straight-presidential-elections-without-winning-a-county-in-oklahoma-some-democrats-are-looking-to-oklahoma-and-cleveland-counties/article/5511554    

Loveless Outlines Asset Forfeiture Reforms

Senator Kyle Loveless spoke today at a conference on civil asset forfeiture reform. http://www.news9.com/story/32568819/only-on-9-state-lawmakers-share-ideas-at-civil-asset-forfeiture-conference

Judge Donald Deason Found Dead

Friends of Oklahoma County District Judge Deason report that he passed away of natural causes today. He reportedly was found dead in his… 0

Mixed Reaction Among Legislative Members, Others to Proposed Special Session

By Jason Doyle Oden & Mike McCarville The reaction is mixed to Governor Fallin’s proposal to consider a special legislative session to use… 3

OCPA Impact Supports Teacher Raise Special Session

The organization working against a proposed State Question to raise sales taxes by a penny for education purposes is in favor of a… 0

Prater Defends Asset Forfeiture

Oklahoma County District Attorney David Prater remains a staunch defender of civil asset forfeiture. http://m.news9.com/Story.aspx?story=32557752&catId=112032

Final Numbers Show State Funding Cuts Were Too Deep

By Jason Doyle Oden Now that the final calculations have been made on revenues collected for the previous fiscal year, it’s been revealed… 0

Biggs Recognized for Work on Right to Farm

For his work to get State Question 777, known as Right to Farm, on the ballot, the Oklahoma Cattlemen’s Association has given Rep…. 1

Inman Says Fallin Playing Games

Following is a statement from House Democratic Leader Scott Inman, D-Del City, in response to the report that Governor Fallin is considering calling… 0

Fallin: Let’s Consider Special Session For Teacher Pay Raises

Governor May Fallin today issued this statement on the announcement that $140.8 million initially cut from agency allocations midyear can now be allocated…. 4

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