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$400 million revenue failure pre-COVID while the state faces bleak forecast as COVID hits Oklahoma

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$2 million wasted in taxpayers’ money on touted unproven hydroxychloroquine COVID treatment

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Refuses to take the pandemic serious enough and is the first governor to test positive for COVID

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Changes quarantine policy to allow students to remain in the classroom even when exposed to COVID

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Invites and supports in-person Trump super-spreader rally to Tulsa as the city faces surge in positive cases

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Attempts to secure Tesla factory by hosting an in-person visit, but loses bid

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Signs bill that bans the teaching of the mischaracterized critical race theory concept, making it more difficult for educators to teach about structural racism and white supremacy, and particularly the Tulsa Race Riots

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Vetos budget bill, but the Republican controlled legislature over rides the governor’s veto of the budget as well as other legislation

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Oklahoma Supreme Court rules Stitt overstepped his authority again and orders him to reinstate pandemic unemployment benefits

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Signs SB658 removing local control on mask mandates

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Refuses to enact health emergency for schools to issue mask mandates.

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Signs HB 1674 allowing drivers to injure protesters while leaving an protest area

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Signs HB 2597, permitless carry, into law increasing the risk of domestic abuse and violence

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Snubs nose at tribal agreement — fights tribal sovereignty over casino contract renewal

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Oklahoma Supreme Court rules once again that Stitt oversteps his authority on tribal casino gaming agreements

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Blames Biden for Chick-Fil-A Sauce Shortage in Re-Election Fundraising Appeal

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Hires unqualified Attorney General

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Instructs new Attorney General file to over-turn Roe vs Wade

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Instructs new AG file to over-turn McGirt ruling

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Reopens state for business early and refuses to call for a mask mandate, putting the public at health risk despite health professionals advise

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Refuses to declare health emergency as hospitals transfer children to out of state hospitals

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Signs ban on teaching Critical Race Theory concept in schools, whitewashing black history

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Refuses to take responsibility for worsening the surge in COVID cases and hospitals ICU bed crisis

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Removes the only two physicians from the state’s Medical Board who oversees Medicaid agency after they blocked Stitt’s Medicaid plan

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Lifts moratorium on state executions and allows another botched execution to take place

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Stitt signs 6 gerrymandered redistricting bills into law, alienating the Latinx voice

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Orders Oklahoma Health Department to end nonbinary option on birth certificates. Claims nonbinary identity doesn’t exist

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Believes he can declare the state’s National Guard exempt from the Pentagon’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate and openly defies Federal orders

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Fires top General who supported vaccine mandates for guard members, and replaces him with someone who agrees with banning vaccine mandates

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Only governor to refuse vaccination mandate for National Guard and sues the Federal government

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Pentagon rejects Sitt’s request for National Guard vaccine exemption

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Federal judge rules against Stitt’s vaccine mandate block on National Guard

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Sued in Federal court for intruding on the territory reserved to the ICCTA

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10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals rules that Stitt overstepped Federal authority on imposing time limits on how long trains can block roads.

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Fail to address local public safety concerns when emergency vehicles have limited access into towns and rural areas. Pushed blame onto rail industry.

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Oklahoma paid Swadley’s Bar-B-Q Foggy Bottom Kitchen about $17 million in a “no-bid” contract for management fees and renovations.

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OSBI launches investigation into alleged criminal activity between the state and Swadley’s Foggy Bottom Kitchen.

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Stitt’s appointed Secretary of Education, Ryan Walters, is exposed for not reporting campaign expenses.

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State auditor quesitons why the Epic Charter school has not been held legally accountable for taxpayer money abuse, while Stitt’s appointed Attorney General says he will not look into the matter.

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Stitt awards state-record $15 million to EV Canoo with $35 million in car sales and $300 million in incentives but won’t release details on the transaction.

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Stitt signs bill banning nonbinary option on birth certificate and makes statements that nonbinary people do not exist.

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Stitt signs Senate Bill 612 that will punish medical providers who perform abortions with up to 10 years in prison or fines of up to $100,000.

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Oklahoma House opens investigation into the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department’s dealings with Swadley’s Foggy Bottom Kitchen. Foggy Bottom owner Brent Swadley, claims that Stitt knew about the deal.

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Oklahoma House opens investigation into the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department’s dealings with Swadley’s Foggy Bottom Kitchen. Foggy Bottom owner Brent Swadley, claims that Stitt knew about the deal.

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Secretary of Education, Ryan Walters, appointed by Stitt, spent three months driving on a suspended drivers license after not paying for a speeding ticket.

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Oklahoma ranked #1 in child food insecurities and 3rd overall.

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Stitt signs anti-abortion “heart beat” bill prohibiting abortions after about six weeks of pregnancy effective immediately.

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Stitt takes credit for the Biden administration’s broadband expansion into rural Oklahoma,  an expansion that was part of the $1 trillion bipartisan bill signed into law November 2021.

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