Headlines

Headlines for Tuesday, April 25, 2017:

  • Bad sports boosters could face lawsuits under a new law signed by Governor Fallin. (NewsOK)

  • The State House passes conflicting measures on justice reform. (NewsOK)

  • The state plans to look into the backlog of untested rape kits. (Tulsa World)

Headlines for Monday, April 24, 2017:

  • A budget proposal to use bonds to shore up a shortfall is getting pushback. (Tulsa World)

  • The number of schools moving to four-day weeks doubles over the past year. (NewsOK)

Headlines for Friday, April 21, 2017:

  • A plan to overhaul the state’s A-F school grading heads to the Governor. (KWGS)

  • The State Senate approves a bill to cut the rebate for making movies in Oklahoma. (Journal Record)

Headlines for Thursday, April 20, 2017:

  • Remembering the OKC bombing. (NewsOK)
     
  • A bill to eliminate the trigger for a future tax cut passes the State House. (NewsOK)

  • Lawmakers are slowly working on measures to increase revenue. (KOSU)

Headlines for Wednesday, April 19, 2017:

  • Today marks 22 years since the bombing of the Alfred P- Murrah Federal Building. (NewsOK)

  • Spreading the seeds of hope. (NewsOK)

Headlines for Tuesday, April 18, 2017:

  • Governor Fallin signs legislation to expedite the end of wind power tax credits. (Tulsa World)

  • Fallin also signs measure to tighten requirements for private airfields. (NewsOK)

Headlines for Monday, April, 17, 2017:

  • State lawmakers are returning to the capitol today after losing one of their own over the weekend. (Tulsa World)

Headlines for Friday, April 14, 2017:

  • Largest bomb ever used by the U.S. might have come from the Sooner State. (Tulsa World)

  • A state House employee who warned of “cross dressers” at the Capitol apologizes. (NewsOK)

Headlines for Thursday, April 13, 2017:

  • Congressman Cole hears from constituents at town hall meeting. (KFOR)

  • Mullin says he canceled town hall over “threats”. (Tulsa World)

Headlines for Wednesday, April 12, 2017:

  • Oklahoma needs to borrow more money to pay expenses. (NewsOK)

  • Medicaid providers could face another cut from the state. (Journal Record)

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