Budget & Tax, Education
The federal bailout is estimated to provide more than $1.7 billion to Oklahoma’s K-12 and higher education systems.
Gov. Kevin Stitt has the highest approval rating of several statewide-elected officials, according to polling released this month.
Law & Principles, Economy
Now, even the tribal governments who hailed the ruling on McGirt are being directly impacted in a negative way.
As Oklahoma’s political leaders search for ways to fire up economic growth, they must turn their attention to Oklahoma's dysfunctional regulatory system.
Law & Principles
Legislation that would limit women’s sports to individuals who are biological females has been approved by a state House committee.
Budget & Tax
The long-term impact of Biden's “American Rescue Plan” could have may be the biggest threat to Oklahoma.
Legislation requiring schools to obtain annual reauthorization from employees before withholding union dues from their paychecks has passed out of committee.
Legislation that incentivizes price transparency and deters “surprise medical bills” has cleared another legislative hurdle, passing out of a state House committee.
Family & Community
In a race that included a strong focus on school choice, Republican candidate Jake Merrick defeated Democratic candidate Molly Ooten by a margin of nearly two to one.
Due to the U.S. Supreme Court’s McGirt ruling, control and oversight of mining and various environmental regulations in eastern Oklahoma are now the domain of the federal government.