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
Law & Principles

‘Save Women’s Sports Act’ advances in Oklahoma

Legislation that would limit women’s sports to individuals who are biological females has been approved by a state House committee.

Ray Carter
April 8, 2021
Law & Principles

In defense of ‘a shrine to freedom’

Cancel Thomas Jefferson? Not if this OCPA Fears Fellow has anything to say about it.

J. Mark Ousley
March 26, 2021
Budget & Tax, Education, Law & Principles

Agreement means equitable funding for Oklahoma students

The State Board of Education has voted to settle a longstanding lawsuit by requiring that public charter schools be funded on an equitable basis with their traditional public-school counterparts.


Ray Carter
March 26, 2021
Law & Principles

Senate approves bill to tamper with SQ 780

SB 334 is the only bill left alive that seeks to undo some of what was achieved by voters in 2016 with SQ 780.

Ryan Haynie
March 25, 2021
Law & Principles

Roadblock advances for ‘defund the police’ efforts

A bipartisan group of senators have voted to create a new legal roadblock for “defund the police” efforts in Oklahoma municipalities.

Ray Carter
March 9, 2021
Law & Principles

OCPA 2021 legislative scorecard: Watch list update (March 8, 2021)

This is an updated watch list of bills that are eligible to be included on OCPA’s scorecard for Oklahoma’s 2021 legislative session.

Staff
March 8, 2021
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