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Bridenstine BA Fundraiser for State Senator Nathan Dahm

Please join Congressman Jim Bridenstine for a fundraising reception benefiting the re-election of State Senator Nathan Dahm.

6:30 p.m. Thursday, January 28th
200 S. Main St. BA
Located above Main Street Tavern Restaurant

Refreshments served

This is an open event, however so we can have an accurate headcount, please rsvp here on facebook, by phone at 918-615-2335, or by email at events@nathandahm.com

Pat Campbell 1170 KFAQ session updates

This year during our legislative session I had the opportunity to give regular updates on KFAQ Thursday mornings. It was an honor to be invited by Pat Campbell to participate on his show and help keep his listeners informed about the happenings at the State Capitol.

If you missed any of the live broadcasts you can find links below to archives of the last two shows along with a description of the topic being discussed. I can’t thank Pat Campbell enough for including me, and would …

This year during our legislative session I had the opportunity to give regular updates on KFAQ Thursday mornings. It was an honor to be invited by Pat Campbell to participate on his show and help keep his listeners informed about the happenings at the State Capitol.

If you missed any of the live broadcasts you can find links below to archives of the last two shows along with a description of the topic being discussed. I can’t thank Pat Campbell enough for including me, and would …

Session is winding down and our attention has been on the budget, conference committee reports, and House amendments.

We have spent a majority of our time this past week in the Joint Committee on Appropriations and Budget as well as the General Conference Committee on Appropriations trying to choose how best to close the $611 million budget gap.

If a budget agreement can be reached early this coming week, we should be able to adjourn early this Friday, May 22 – saving the state from having to pay for …

Session is racing by with only five or six weeks left depending on when we adjourn. If we can get all of the bills taken care of and a budget approved, we could possibly end session early, which would save the state money.  Given our revenue shortfall, every penny we can save is a blessing.

As of Friday morning, the governor had signed nearly 70 bills including HB 1749, which I carried in the Senate.  It prohibits any state agency from making payroll deductions on behalf …

We’re entering into the sixth week of session and the deadline for bill consideration by the full Senate.  Of the 850 bill that were filed, only 400 made it through the committee process.

Fifteen of my bills were approved in committee.  Eleven of those have already been approved by the full Senate and are now awaiting consideration in House committees.

SB 56 removes the requirement of including a social security number on an application for a firearm.  SB 86 expands the documents that can be used to prove a voter’s …