Governor disappointed with latest budget proposal

Governor disappointed with latest budget proposal

OKLAHOMA CITY – Governor Mary Fallin today issued the following statement after the House of Representatives passed a “Plan B” budget measure, House Bill 1019X, which now goes to the full Senate for consideration. “I’m very disappointed that we weren’t able to come to an agreement on a way to fix our structural issues within […]

Gratitude for Oklahoma warriors, veterans felt 7,500 miles away

Gratitude for Oklahoma warriors, veterans felt 7,500 miles away

Special to Guthrie News Page By Governor Mary Fallin With the observance of Veterans Day approaching, I’m confident Oklahomans will again demonstrate their patriotic spirit by taking time to honor those who have served to protect our freedoms.  Witnessing the deeply held Oklahoma value for veterans by our friends and neighbors is always inspiring to […]

Governor signs budget bill, highlights successes in 2017 Legislative session

Governor signs budget bill, highlights successes in 2017 Legislative session

OKLAHOMA CITY – Governor Mary Fallin today signed the Fiscal Year 2018 budget bill (Senate Bill 860) into law, which closes an $878 million shortfall, maintains common education funding at current levels, and prevents the closings of hospitals and nursing homes. The 2018 fiscal year appropriated budget will be $6,830,177,825. It is $37,782,641, or 0.55 […]

Gov. Fallin: Cooperation, collaboration produce momentous water rights agreement

Gov. Fallin: Cooperation, collaboration produce momentous water rights agreement

By Governor Mary Fallin I’m proud to be part of the recently announced water rights settlement agreement among the state of Oklahoma, the Chickasaw and Choctaw nations and Oklahoma City. By choosing cooperation and collaboration over conflict and litigation, this historic agreement strengthens governmental relationships based on the common interests of the state and the […]