The Justice Reinvestment Initiative, Pardon and Parole Board and unfinished legislation
Join us at Picasso Cafe in Oklahoma City tonight at 6 for a discussion about a real question some cities have started to face.
A push by smoking lobbyists and a lax attitude towards cigarettes led to the law
Tax cuts, workers’ comp and executive session in the Senate
Chesapeake Energy had asked for the change, after asking for the first change in 2010.
Kansas is considering an extension of a temporary sales tax hike to make up the difference
School security and controversial legislation
Tobi Thompson took on the problem, and ended up learning something herself.
The law prohibits the sharing of mental health records with the FBI and OSBI.
Oklahomans who get injured on the job could soon deal with a new worker’s compensation system and other changes dealing with injuries.