Oklahoma is getting ready to pass a law to allow a state agency to study the aspects of privatizing parts of state government.
Workers’ comp, Governor’s veto, women at the Capitol and Dog the Bounty Hunter
Updated at 8:25 Wild weather in Oklahoma can’t be unexpected. But what we’ve seen so far might even be unprecedented. […]
Tax cuts, workers comp, arming teachers and agenda 21
A State House plan to cut the top income tax rate from 5.25% to 5% gets held over in a Senate committee.
Oklahoma is joining 46 other states in allowing the slaughter of horses for meat after a bill raced through the state legislature.
Same-Sex Marriage, Horse Slaughter Houses and Open Records
Griffin Communication is donating thousands of archival videos from KWTV News 9 in Oklahoma City and KOTV Channel 6 in […]
The Josephine Meade Anti-Hunger Bill would allow more restaurants to donate unused food
The Justice Reinvestment Initiative, Pardon and Parole Board and unfinished legislation