Capitol week in review (March 14-18) (access required)

And what a week it was. Not only were members of both houses careening along on the runaway train known as original-house floor deadline week, but dissent in one body boiled over in public and two lawmakers were hit with ...

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Today in the state House … (access required)

(Meeting all alone, the Senate having aced the original-house deadline and left the Capitol Wednesday, a day early, saving taxpayers a whopping $5,000—so says Senate President Pro Tem Brian Bingman, R-Sapulpa) Ongoing fractiousness among the House GOP contingent (not to ...

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Latest on dueling state financial reports (access required)

Wednesday evening’s publication of the premiere edition of the monthly Oklahoma Economic Report was announced by State Treasurer Ken Miller quietly, with no fanfare whatsoever, accompanied by gentlemanly remarks from Miller, a former legislator. “The treasurer’s office is excited to ...

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