Law & Principles

Trump directive on illegal aliens could benefit Oklahoma

Oklahoma could be “on the cusp” of regaining the sixth congressional seat it lost after the 2000 Census.

Mike Brake
July 28, 2020
Law & Principles

Governor begins work on state-tribal jurisdictional issues

To address state-tribal jurisdictional issues created by a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling, Gov. Kevin Stitt announced the formation of the Oklahoma Commission on Cooperative Sovereignty.

Ray Carter
July 20, 2020
Law & Principles

Attorney General’s tribal agreement falling apart?

Within a day, it appears one of the issues to be ironed out is which tribes were actually part of the agreement.

Ray Carter
July 17, 2020
Law & Principles

OCPA comment on AG-tribal agreement on McGirt v. Oklahoma

Jonathan Small, president of the Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs, issued a statement today in response to Attorney General Mike Hunter’s proposal for federal legislation to address challenges raised by the U.S. Supreme Court’s McGirt v. Oklahoma ruling.

Staff
July 16, 2020
Law & Principles

Legislation protects citizen-engagement privacy

A new law ensures that Oklahomans may freely and privately support charities and nonprofits that align with their views without fear of public disclosure.

Kaitlyn Finley
July 15, 2020
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