At today’s state of address, the big topics were tax cuts, teacher pay raises, and permanent gender-altering surgeries. Local state representatives and state senators gave their opinions about what Stitt had to say
These types of restrictions have been rewritten only twice since they were implemented during the 1980s AIDs crisis. The proposed policy would eliminate time-based restrictions and instead ask questions that assess HIV risk regardless of gender or sexual orientation.
On Jan. 6, Superintendent of Public Information Joy Hofmeister announced the launch of a new online portal which will help Oklahomans track how school districts are utilizing federal COVID relief funds.
Rep. Kyle Hilbert (R) of Bristow was elected to his first full term as Speaker Pro Tempore of the Oklahoma House of Representatives on Tuesday, according to an Oklahoma House of Representatives press release.
Lt. Governor Matt Pinnell is one of only 24 state and local leaders to be selected from across the U.S. to participate in a highly selective leadership development program, the Class of 2023 Rodel Fellowship.
Families and kids who are spending the holidays in one area hospital received some gifts to help brighten their Christmas. Toys and car seats were donated by the Menes Temple 32 in Lawton to Comanche County Memorial Hospital this week.
The United State Department of Agriculture recently announced an investment of more than $500,000 in critical infrastructure funds to combat climate change and expand access to clean energy across rural Oklahoma.