Marie Price

On this first day of the legislative session, I would like to take a moment of personal privilege. Today, marks the end of an era, a passing of time few will probably notice but many should. It’s the first day Marie Price, the dean of the capitol press corps won’t be there to cover the chaos. She retired Friday.

Lawmakers managed to get all their work done one week before they were required to by the state constitution.

But, that doesn’t mean all the work is done for the year.

In this week’s 23rd and Lincoln, the Journal Record’s Marie Price explains most of the work over what is known as the Interim focuses on items they couldn’t get accomplished during the regular session.

You can find more of Marie’s insights on the capitol jrlr.net.

This week from 23rd & Lincoln, the Journal Record’s Marie Price talks about the recent attacks by the legislature on the judicial branch of government.

You can find more of Marie’s insights on the capitol jrlr.net.

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This week on 23rd and Lincoln, Marie Price talks about recent clashes between Republican Governor Mary Fallin and the GOP-led legislature.

You can find more of Marie's insights on her blog at jrlr.net.