Law & Principles, Economy

McGirt ruling now negatively impacting tribes

Now, even the tribal governments who hailed the ruling on McGirt are being directly impacted in a negative way.

Ray Carter
April 12, 2021

Regulatory reform will foster innovation and growth

As Oklahoma’s political leaders search for ways to fire up economic growth, they must turn their attention to Oklahoma's dysfunctional regulatory system.

Andrew C. Spiropoulos
April 12, 2021
Economy, Energy

Mining, conservation in eastern Oklahoma now under federal control

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.

Ray Carter
April 7, 2021
Budget & Tax, Economy

Stitt considering expansion of ‘Skills to Rebuild’ program

An Oklahoma career tech superintendent who created a 2020 program to help retrain mid-career adults displaced by the pandemic wants to take that successful program statewide.

Mike Brake
March 26, 2021
Budget & Tax, Economy

Use some bailout funds to reduce Oklahoma’s personal income tax

With Democrats holding Congress and the White House, most officials expect states to soon receive yet another round of federal bailout funding.

Jonathan Small
March 3, 2021

An economy of all people, by all people, and for all people

An economy built on equal rights for all people is now seen by many (including those pushing The 1619 Project in schools) as a form of white supremacy.

Greg Forster, Ph.D.
February 1, 2021
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