Cautiously Optimistic for the 2019 Legislative Session

Cautiously Optimistic for the 2019 Legislative Session

The State of the State Address by newly elected Governor Kevin Stitt started by reiterating his commitment to “make Oklahoma a top ten state.” He gave a three-pronged approach to achieve this lofty goal. The first being to bring talent from across the state to serve...

Somber and Defiant

Somber and defiant, a thirteen-foot Native American woman clad in bronze stands with her back to the Oklahoma State Capitol. She is a monument placed in tribute to the resilience of the Native American people. But today she stands in irony. A symbol of lip service...

Remembering Rep. Claudia Griffith: A Profound Loss for Our State

On the evening of Saturday, July 14, I received devastating news. Representative Claudia Griffith, who served in the Oklahoma House of Representatives for House District 45, passed away that afternoon of an apparent heart attack. Since being elected on Nov. 4, 2014...

The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly: 2018 Legislative Session Wrap Up

Our Lawmakers have finished this year’s work of constructing new laws that will determine how our state will function. However, there are still bills sitting on the Governor’s desk.  All bills must be signed or vetoed by the Governor by May 18th. If a bill is left...
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