Governor Mary Fallin signs House Bill 2932 on Monday.
OKLAHOMA CITY – Governor Mary Fallin Monday signed legislation that directs the Oklahoma Health Care Authority to apply to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) for a waiver that institutes work requirements for Medicaid.
House Bill (HB) 2932 by Representative Glen Mulready and Senator Adam Pugh is a measure requested by the governor. Continue reading
State Capitol Building in Oklahoma City
Analysis: Democrats are damning and Republicans are praising the end of the 2018 Oklahoma Legislative session. Governor Mary Fallin has several bills, including Constitutional Carry, still to sign that may determine if she is remembered as a Liberal or Conservative, but to quote Oklahoma’s beloved Will Rogers, “It’s getting so if a man wants to stand well socially, he can’t afford to be seen with either the Democrats or the Republicans.” Continue reading
Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner John D. Doak
The Oklahoma Insurance Department (OID) has partnered with Prometric® to offer an improved insurance and bail bondsman licensing process. As of May 1, Prometric® supports the development and delivery of exam content for all of OID’s statewide licensing examinations.
“Partnering with Prometric® is showing our commitment to providing a positive testing experience,” said Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner John D. Doak. “We’re now able to offer the best quality service to these candidates by giving them more choices and top-notch support for where and when they want to take their exams.” Continue reading
Ok Rep. Sean Roberts
The Oklahoma House reached its second-to-last deadline on April 26, when all Senate bills had to be heard on the floor to advance. The conference committee process, for those bills not yet approved by the chamber of origin, has been taking place for several weeks and is expected to wrap up the week to allow an early adjournment of the Legislature. That meant a few late nights for us, but my colleagues and I advanced some worthy policy I want to share with you. Continue reading
The Oklahoma Senate on Wednesday approved a $7.6 billion general appropriations bill for Fiscal Year 2019 that gives significant funding increases for common education, mental health services, child welfare programs, and criminal justice reform. Continue reading