State’s receipts set new highs
Oklahoma’s economy, as reflected in monthly gross receipts to the treasury, set new highs in January, State Treasurer Ken Miller said today.
CVS will no longer sell tobacco products
CVS Caremark is kicking the habit of selling tobacco products at its more than 7,600 drugstores nationwide as it focuses more on providing health care.
Anti-abortion activists expected at state Capitol
Hundreds of anti-abortion activists are expected in Oklahoma City for the annual Rose Day at the state Capitol.
House panel to take up anti-abortion measure
An anti-abortion measure that would require caregivers to notify women that perinatal hospice services are available as an alternative to abortion is scheduled to be heard by members of a legislative panel.
Speaker Shannon resigns post
Oklahoma House Speaker T.W. Shannon stepped down on Tuesday from one of the most powerful positions in state government to focus on his run for a U.S. Senate seat.
Grand jury cancels February session due to winter weather
The multicounty grand jury, charged with investigating accusations of misconduct by Rogers County officials, has canceled its February session in Oklahoma City due to winter weather, according to a statement issued Monday by the state attorney general’s office.
Gov. Fallin proposes .25 percent income tax cut
Gov. Mary Fallin is proposing a .25 percent reduction in Oklahoma’s income tax rate.
Gov. Fallin proposes election for school safety plan
Gov. Mary Fallin said Wednesday that Oklahoma voters should have a chance to weigh in on efforts to improve school safety in the wake of killer tornadoes last year, suggesting a one-time increase in local bond limits as long as the money raised is used for storm shelters or increased safety on campuses.
Oklahoma House delegation splits on farm bill
Oklahoma’s all-Republican House delegation split on a nearly $100 billion-a-year farm bill that passed the House of Representatives on Wednesday.
It's Official: Shannon enters U.S. Senate race
Oklahoma House Speaker T.W. Shannon formally announced his candidacy Wednesday for the GOP race for the state’s open U.S. Senate seat, moments after another Republican hopeful said he won’t run.
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