June, 2017

Hunter Sues Four Pharmaceutical Companies over Opioid Abuse

Attorney General Mike Hunter Friday filed a lawsuit in Cleveland County against four of the nation’s leading manufacturers of opioid pain medication, claiming… 1

Lankford Joins Call to Cancel August Senate Recess

Senator James Lankford Friday joined a group of Senators to ask Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to cancel or shorten the Senate’s scheduled August… 1

OCPA: Finding Unity on the Fourth of July

By OCPA Executive Vice President Trent England It has become popular to say, though it isn’t true, that our nation is more divided… 0

Pettingill Speaks Out on School Choice

Republican Senate District 45 candidate Kerry Pettingill said Friday he wants to be a vocal advocate for empowering parents with as many options… 0

Oklahoma Aging Services Director Nominated to Serve in Trump Administration

Another Oklahoman has been asked to serve in the Trump Administration. The Oklahoman’s Eriech Tapia writes Lance Robertson has been nominated by President… 0

Inhofe, Lankford Applaud Trump’s Choice for U.S. Attorney in Oklahoma

Senators James Lankford and Jim Inhofe Thursday applauded the President’s nomination of R. Trent Shores to be U.S. Attorney for the Northern District… 1

Russell Files Bills to Curtail Higher Education Charges to Federal Government

Congressman Steve Russell has introduced a couple of bills this week in hopes to save taxpayers the cost of paying administrative fees to colleges… 0

Lankford Takes Exception to Trump Tweets

President Trump has never shied away from stirring controversy through his Twitter account. Thursday morning was no different. This time MSNBC’s Morning Joe… 4

Senate District 37 Special Election Field Set

Seven Republicans and one Democrat are running to replace Senator Dan Newberry, who resigned his seat effective January 31, 2018. The Tulsa World‘s… 0

Russell, Inhofe Move to Keep OKC FAA Aircraft Registry Office Open if Government Shuts Down

Congressman Steve Russell and Senator Jim Inhofe are working together to keep the FAA Aircraft Registry Office in Oklahoma City open even if… 0

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