Live Coverage of the State of the State
Oklahoma’s growing economy is leading some lawmakers to consider a cut to the state’s income tax while at the same time facing a possible $100 million shortfall.
At the same time, the State Capitol is in desperate need of repairs, and Oklahoma’s agencies are struggling.
These are just a few of the issues facing members of the state House and Senate during the 2nd session of the 53rd legislature which starts today.
We will be airing the State of the State Address with full coverage starting at 1:00 this afternoon on KOSU.
Michael Cross will be live tweeting from the event, and you can follow him at KOSUMichaelC.
Ben Allen and the StateImpact team will also be live blogging and fact checking the speech at the StateImpact Oklahoma web site.
KOSU Capitol Bureau Chief Michael Cross sat down with Governor Mary Fallin to talk about her State of the State address which kicks off the 2012 session.