The Okla House completed bill filing Thursday for the second session of the 57th Legislature. A total of 1,361 House Bills, 16 House Joint Resolutions and 4 House Concurrent Resolutions were filed. Some will pass after debate, others after changes and some are nothing more than P.R. stunts by fools in hubris.Continue reading
A final report to the Oklahoma Legislature and Governor Stitt from the Oklahoma Corporation Commission (OCC) was released today on transmission capacity and wind-energy development even as growing numbers of Oklahomans question the true benefits of wind energy.Continue reading
State Rep. Mark McBride, Chair of the House Appropriations & Budget Subcommittee on Education, today discussed joint budget hearings scheduled between the House and Senate for agencies that fall under the education umbrella.Continue reading
Whitney Bryen with Oklahoma Watch offers an excellent video interview with Oklahoma’s First Lady Sarah Stitt on her mission to raise awareness and address mental illness issues in Oklahoma.Continue reading
The Oklahoma difference from representation by Left or Right in Congress is shown in the current battle for Oklahoma’s 5th District. Democrat Kendra Horn is now challenged by State Senator Stephanie Bice, Republican, in a race pivoting on the energy industry.
In a media release, Bice wrote: “Last week, Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives took direct aim at the domestic energy industry, one of Oklahoma’s most important industries, by banning new offshore oil and gas drilling off the Atlantic and Pacific coasts and the ANWR Coastal Plain. 5th District Rep. Kendra Horn supported all three measures.Continue reading