Newsroom

10 Feb
0

RELEASE: House Panel OKs Fee Hike on Minerals Production

OKLAHOMA CITY (9 February 2017) – A measure that would increase the fee on the production of minerals other than coal mined in Oklahoma was endorsed by a legislative panel Thursday afternoon.

09 Feb
0

RELEASE: Dyslexia to be Highlighted at State Capitol Feb. 20

OKLAHOMA CITY (9 February 2017) – An event to focus attention on dyslexia is scheduled at the State Capitol later this month, Rep. Ed Cannaday announced Thursday.

08 Feb
0

The Senate Has Failed Public Education and Our Children’s’ Future

OKLAHOMA CITY - The Oklahoma Democratic Party is deeply disappointed that the U.S. Senate placed partisan politics over our children’s education by confirming an unqualified, incompetent, and anti-public education proponent to lead the U.S. Education Department.

07 Feb
0

RELEASE: Okla. Car Buyers Should Have 3-Day ‘Cooling Off’ Period, Legislator Believes

OKLAHOMA CITY (7 February 2017) – A state legislator thinks Oklahoma’s “lemon law” that focuses on mechanical defects isn’t enough when it comes to buying a car, truck or van. What the state also needs, he believes, is a “cooling ...

07 Feb
0

DNC Statement: Voters Will Hold Heller, Flake, GOP Accountable for DeVos Confirmation

WASHINGTON – Senate Republicans voted today to confirm Betsy DeVos as Donald Trump’s Secretary of Education. DNC Interim Chair Donna Brazile released the following statement: