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18 hrs ago | News9 Oklahoma City
If there was a silver lining in the deaths of seven children at Plaza Towers Elementary School in Moore last year, it could only have been the resulting commitment to make sure such a tragedy could never happen again.
22 hrs ago | Daily Kos
According to a Rasumssen Reports' poll Oklahoma Republican Gov Mary Fallin is in a surprisingly close contest for reelection of all voters in the state now approve of the job Fallin is doing as governor, while 48% disapprove .
Yesterday | Alabama Live
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, right, and GOP gubernatorial candidate Bob Beauprez, center background, visit with customers at Sam's No.
Both sides in a hearing before a state Supreme Court referee agreed Tuesday that the Oklahoma Constitution sets a certain procedure for how the Legislature must handle revenue bills.
A recent audit of Oklahoma's prison system recommends more financial oversight from the governing board and a closer look at the increasing cost of health care.
Lawmakers in the state of Ohio are mounting a late effort to have their state join the growing exodus from Common Core multistate education standards.
Congressman Markwayne Mullin has earned a new designation in Washington, D.C. The Republican representing Oklahoma's 2nd Congressional District has been selected one of "The Hill's 50 Most Beautiful."
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is planning a return trip to Oklahoma after a December ice storm forced him to cancel a scheduled appearance with Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin.
Dorman made his way around the room of his new Tulsa Campaign headquarters, confident on the heels of the recent polls that show the race between Fallin and him tightening up.
Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin sent a letter to the White House Monday complaining about the military operation at Fort Sill, Okla.
The fact that Gov. Mary Fallin's approval rating has significantly dropped and that she now finds herself in a competitive race in her reelection bid may well be part of a national growing dissatisfaction with the Republican Party on a state level.
The Oklahoma Supreme Court rejected a lawsuit the state board of education filed against the state legislature in an attempt to avoid following a new law repealing and replacing national Common Core education mandates.
A move by an Oklahoma state representative could potentially limit any future growth of strip clubs and other adult oriented businesses in the eastern Oklahoma areas near the Fort Smith and Northwest Arkansas regions.
Its pretty interesting that - with the exception of former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush - you can usually connect the dots between opposition to Common Core and a Republican seeking, or being talked about for, the presidency.
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 09:38 pm
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