(Oklahoma City, May 30th) — For as long as anyone can remember, legendary OU and Dallas Cowboys football coach Barry Switzer has fought for Oklahoma City’s future. In 1993, he stood next to Mayor Ron Norick and campaigned for passage of the original MAPS. Ever since, whether it’s advocating for OKC’s kids, supporting new quality of life amenities, or simply handing out medals at the Memorial Marathon, Coach Switzer has always answered the call.
LT. GOVERNOR TODD LAMB TO HEADLINE KICKOFF FUNDRAISING RECEPTION FOR SHELLEY BRUMBAUGH FOR STATE HOUSE DISTRICT 76May 30, 2017 — Shelley Brumbaugh, candidate in the special election for House District 76, is kicking off her campaign with a fundraising…
“There is nothing that will upset a state economic condition like a legislature. It’s better to have termites in your house than the legislature [in session].””The only difference between death and taxes is that death doesn’t get worse every time Congr…
OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma Senate President Pro Tempore Mike Schulz commented on the 2017 session, saying great policy bookended a session dominated by a $1 billion budget shortfall.
“The Oklahoma Senate worked this session with the goal of ensuring the policies we enacted had long-term vision and set Oklahoma on the path to success now and years down the line. Despite a session that was dominated by the $1 billion shortfall, the Senate was able to enact important policies that will help grow our economy, create jobs and generate wealth, and yield new revenues for the state budget.
Earlier this week, FOX23 and the Tulsa World cooperated on a story about lawmakers’ education choices for their children, shamefully and shamelessly politicizing the children of legislators.Judging from the article and accompanying videos, it appears t…
As the Oklahoma Legislature prepares to adjourn sine die by 5:00pm, there is still unfinished business to vote on. The House will take up the $6.8B FY2018 budget, as well as the $257M cigarette tax “smoking cessation” fee.According …
In a new video put out by the Center for Medical Progress, attendees at the 2014 and 2015 National Abortion Federation conventions hold frank discussions about the gruesomeness of their livelihood, even laughing at comments like, “An eyeball just fell down into my lap, and that is gross!”
Latest info on video removals:
Updated May 26, 10:40 a.m.: A California judge ordered the CMP’s defense attorneys to remove the video footage from YouTube and from their website. More information is available here.
OKLAHOMA CITY – The Department of Public Safety today announced it will hold an Oklahoma Highway Patrol Academy early next year thanks to funding from the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority.
The announcement was made at the state Capitol during a news conference.
“I’d like to thank the Turnpike Authority and Director Tim Gatz for making this happen,” said House Majority Leader Rep. Mike Sanders, R-Kingfisher.