Author Archives: Bo Broadwater

Bo Broadwater joined The Journal Record Legislative Report as legislative report manager in October 2017. Bo is a member of the Warr Acres City Council and very active in his community. For the past several years, he has been the owner of a small business that provides window treatments such as shutters, blinds and shades as well as window and door replacement. He was a candidate for the Oklahoma House of Representatives in 2016. He attended Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City and the University of Oklahoma and graduated with a degree political science.

OKC simplifying, redesigning city codes

By: Brian Brus The Journal Record December 4, 2018 OKLAHOMA CITY – In the same way tax laws grow unwieldy over time, so does a city’s codes and overall development blueprint, Planning Department Director Aubrey McDermid said. “What we’re proposing is ...

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Moving On: State Sen. A.J. Griffin

Oklahoma State Senator A.J. Griffin has authored a bill that would restrict first time opioid perscriptions to seven days. Sen. Griffin servered on the State Attorney General's commision on opioid addiction.

By: Catherine Sweeney The Journal Record November 19, 2018 Editor’s note: This story is the first of a series about lawmakers departing the Oklahoma Legislature.  OKLAHOMA CITY – State Sen. A.J. Griffin is headed back to the private sector, but she’ll be ...

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While Stitt has more money, more donors support Edmondson

By: Catherine Sweeney The Journal Record November 1, 2018 OKLAHOMA CITY – The campaign donation ledgers of Oklahoma’s major-party gubernatorial candidates have many differences, but some are easier to see than others. The most obvious difference is the total dollar amount. Republican Kevin Stitt’s more ...

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