The Oklahoma Constitution Fall 2016 – Oklahoma State Legislators Rated and More!

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The Fall 2016 version of The Oklahoma Constitution is out!  Lots of great articles included – do not miss a one:

Oklahoma State Legislators Rated This issue of the Oklahoma Constitution presents the 38th annual Oklahoma Conservative Index rating.

The Federal Page for Summer 2016 Conscience Protection Amendment: On July 13, the U.S. House of Representatives voted 245 in favor …

End Civil Asset Forfeiture in Oklahoma William Cicco left his Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, home in March 2013, and was arrested by Bixby police…

Changes in Tulsa Public School Curriculum As teachers prepare to return to their classrooms, those in Tulsa Public Schools are learning that…

Vote Walking Each year, members of the Legislature cast votes impacting almost every aspect of life: from public…

Governor Fallin – Worse than I Expected When Mary Fallin was running for governor in 2010, I made no bones about her not being a…

Higher Ed Can Tighten its Belt In a recent column in The Wall Street Journal, economist Richard Vedder, an adjunct scholar at the…

Bedlam: How a Classic Rivalry Explains “Never-Trump,”and “Never-Hillary.” When one is both color blind and a foreign transplant, it is easy to fall backwards into the…

Tidbits for Summer 2016 Next State Senate Pro Tempore: In April, Republican senators voted to designate Senator Mike Sc…

Report on the Republican National Convention Oklahoma Constitution newspaper editor Steve Byas was a delegate to the Republican National…

RINO Legislators Launch Think Tank Three Republican state senators who will be leaving the Legislature are launching a think tank that…

Letters to Editor for Summer 2016 Another Questionable Fallin Veto: I received a letter forwarded by Kevin Hurdelbink, managing tech…

Murphy Secures Another Term on Oklahoma Corporation Commission Oklahoma Corporation Commissioner Dana Murphy secured another six-year term after her only opponent…

Oklahoma Legislative Races Advance to Primary Runoff Election Three state legislators, including a senator and two representatives, were defeated in the June 28…

Congressmen Win Renomination in Primary Election The U.S. Congress is composed of two chambers. Senators serve six-year terms with only a third of the seats up each election year. Each state has two seats in that upper chamber. All five Oklahoma seats in the U.S. House of Representatives were up each election year since they serve two-year terms. All five members of the U.S. House of Representatives from Oklahoma were challenged for renomination in the June 28 Primary Election. All won the Republican nomination for their seats…

RIED Report Names Legislators Supporting Big Business Interests In June, the Research Institute for Economic Development (RIED) released their legislative scorecard…

Fallin Vetoes Pro-Life Bill

The Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust The Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust (TSET) is a billion dollar smoked piggy bank for healthcare…

Governor Suspends Use of ERAD Card Readers Controversy erupted in June when it was learned that the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety (DPS)…

Principle With Policy: OCPAC Legislative Awards “What good does it do…if someone claims to have faith but does not prove it with actions?……

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