By Randy Brogdon Apparently almost everyone except the politicians (republicans) in OKC understand that revenue cannot be raised in the last 5 days of session. Article 5 Sec 33 is written in eighth grade English and clearly exempts all revenue … Continue reading →
Tonight with less than five days of the Oklahoma Legislative Session to go, the Joint Committee on Appropriations and Budget passed HB 2433 which raises the tax on new and used purchased vehicles to 1.25%. The committee also passed SB … Continue reading →
With a few days to go until the 2017 Oklahoma Legislature adjourns and a $878 million dollar budget shortfall looming over Oklahoma, we have heard every thing from increasing taxes on oil production to fuel and cigarettes. There has been … Continue reading →
By Sandra Crosnoe via Finding Gems & Sharing Them
Color me livid. We have lost before we even get started if we don’t correct this matter.
Let me see if I can show you how this game actually works.
We must redefine the narrative which has been hijacked by the media and progressives in OKC. They have coined the discussion. On one hand you have the attack on this state’s bread basket (the oil industry) and on the other … Continue reading →
By Mary Ruth Tapp It’s time to STOP falling for the tricks! I’ve known and know some very fine teachers in the public education system. AND I’m sick and tired of seeing raises for teachers being used as a mantra … Continue reading →
First, I want to commend Representative Casey Murdock on his legislation HB 1690 which was married to Speaker McCall’s legislation which would set up an audit system, auditing state agencies which saved those in Ohio $33 for every $1 spent. … Continue reading →
The House officially convenes on Monday, February 6, and their first order of business will be to adopt the rules which will govern how they operate for the session. On that day, a representative will propose the adoption of the “Open Government Rule,” which states, “A bill shall be heard and receive a vote in committee if the primary author requests it in writing; and a bill, having passed committee, shall be heard and receive a vote on the House floor if the primary author requests it in writing.”
Continue reading this article on OKGrassroots – Activist Alert: Open Government Rule is a Top Priority on Feb 6th