What We’re Watching 2021 Legislative Session

What We’re Watching 2021 Legislative Session

Mile-High View Coming into the 2021 Legislative Session Thousands of bills have been filed for the 2021 legislative session. Here is a mile-high look at some of the bills and proposals we are seeing regarding CAIR-OK’s core issue areas. Voting Voter access has been in...
Conflicting Perspectives

Conflicting Perspectives

We all took a ragged-breath of relief after the November elections came and went without too much of a hitch, then another as we closed out an illustrious year of face masks and unemployment. But like a one-year membership to the Jelly of the Month Club, 2020 is the...
COVID-19 Legislative Update (3-27)

COVID-19 Legislative Update (3-27)

This week Governor Kevin Stitt issued several executive orders in an attempt to squelch the spread of the COVID-19 virus. These orders include the cancelling of all elective surgeries and dental procedures, the banning of all gatherings of 10 or more people, and the...
The Balcony Was Flushed in Red

The Balcony Was Flushed in Red

The House chamber balcony is flushed in red. Two grassroots organizations in red t-shirts are here on this cold Monday in February. A group advocating for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (MMIW) wear red in solidarity with the Native American women...
“Disgusting”

“Disgusting”

There is a sign off the highway in North Oklahoma City. It is red and blue with “Islam” written in large white print on the red side, and the prophets listed in chronological order on the blue side. Along the bottom, a resource number and website to learn more. I...

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