Monday’s proceedings in the Randy Terrill bribery trial were delayed close to an hour by the same issue that postponed the closing of the prosecution’s case on Friday: A dispute over access to three boxes of documents from the Senate, ...Read More »
In a development that was not totally unexpected, Secretary of State Glenn Coffee said Monday that he will take over the law practice of attorney Lee Slater, who was appointed executive director of the Ethics Commission on Friday.Read More »
Secretary of State Glenn Coffee, an attorney and former state senator who became the state’s first Republican Senate president pro tempore, said Friday that he will be leaving his current position to rejoin the private sector.Read More »
In an effort to work toward resolution of water-rights litigation between the Choctaw and Chickasaw nations and the state, a task force has been formed to consider possible solutions.
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As organization officials have said for months they would do, Oklahomans for Modern Laws has filed a proposed ballot issue that would establish a county option process for the sale of wine in grocery stores, warehouse clubs and supercenters—but not ...Read More »
Note: Because this week was so packed with floor activity, the Week in Review will be in two parts. Following is a story chiefly outlining the final floor fights in the House late Thursday evening. Part Two, to be posted later ...
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Jurors in the Mike Morgan extortion, bribery and mail fraud trial adjourned for the day Thursday afternoon without reaching a verdict, to reconvene Friday morning. They deliberated about two hours and 45 minutes. Prosecution and defense attorneys gave their closing ...
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