ODOT, Filing and committee deadlines
The first day of filing for political office ended at the State Capitol Wednesday.
The Oklahoma Department of Transportation is raising concerns about a bill heading to the full Senate to take money away from road and bridge projects.
This week on 23rd and Lincoln, Marie Price with the Journal Record Legislative Report takes a humorous look at the realities […]
Oklahoma Tornado Project: Is Take Shelter Oklahoma’s “compromise” in OK Supreme Court really a compromise?
About a month ago, Oklahoma’s Supreme Court heard the case of Take Shelter Oklahoma vs. Attorney General Scott Pruitt. The […]
Political Donations, Storm Shelters, Education Rally and Common Core
More than 25,000 Oklahomans made their way to the Capitol on Monday to show support for Education.
Meteorologists are really good at understanding all sorts of complicated weather-related jargon. But when severe storms are in the forecast, […]
Executions, Common Core and Teacher Rally
The Journal Record’s Marie Price focuses on an issue which always keeps coming up, but not always by its given […]