Trump to attend NCAA Championship in Tulsa

Senator Markwayne Mullin has invited candidate and former-President Trump to be his personal guest at the NCAA tournament Saturday in Tulsa, according to multiple reports.

Mullin was inducted into the Oklahoma Wrestling Hall of Fame in 2016. He remains active in the wrestling community since his retirement from the sport, continuing to coach his children and other young athletes in wrestling tournaments across the country on weekends, according to his Senate website.

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OK House ups Homestead Exemption

For the second time in three years, the OK House of Representatives has approved an increase to the income qualifier for an additional homestead exemption to aid Oklahomans living on a fixed income.

House Bill 1926, authored by Rep. Lonnie Sims, R-Jenks, increases the income qualifier for the additional homestead exemption from $25,000 to $30,000.

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The cost of LGBT Activism

Continuing a series of critical importance in cultural debates worldwide, The V1SUT Vantage today published a detailed report on how LGBT Activism is changing the fabric of Northeastern Oklahoma. This compelling and detailed report reveals how and by whom LGBT Activism “Costs Lives, Crushes Careers & Undermines Safety.”

The report notes, “Bartlesville, Oklahoma, is fighting a handful of sex activists from Oklahomans for Equality (OKEQ-Bartlesville) on a number of public issues, including their sponsorship of obscene performances in public. OKEQ’s positions are regularly outside of standing law.”

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Data Privacy Bill moves to Senate

Rep. Josh West, R-Grove, Wednesday again won passage of legislation that would require consumer consent before personal data collected could be shared by major technology companies operating in the state.

House Bill 1030 re-creates the Oklahoma Computer Data Privacy Act. It passed the House on a vote of 84-11.

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