The Chairman of the State House Pension Oversight Committee is crediting a law passed last session with reducing the unfunded liability of state employee retirement systems.
State Lawmakers got an earful from local officials and Emergency Medical professionals about the difficulty in getting ambulance services to rural parts of Oklahoma.
In Texas Gov. Rick Perry’s first paid ad which went up in Iowa this week, the candidate for the Republican […]
There are people out there really saying it’s impossible for Herman Cain to get the Republican presidential nomination? Apparently there […]
It’s not clear yet whether the Occupy Wall Street protests will be a good thing or a bad thing for […]
The lawmakers who are chosen to lead their party’s efforts to pick up seats in Congress seem congenitally wired to […]
You never know what televangelist Pat Robertson is going to say. But you can rest assured that he will never […]
By the time Ohio’s 2012 Republican presidential primary rolls around in June, the GOP nominee is likely to have been […]
OKC City Council will vote November 15th on amendment protecting city employees from discrimination based on sexual orientation.
Invariably, I’ll get emails from ScuttleButton purists who complain of a puzzle that was used once before. For the record, […]