This year’s legislative session has passed its midpoint and in just a few weeks Oklahomans will be able to breathe a sigh of relief as the Legislature stops making new laws, adjourns, and goes home. What follows is an update of some of this year’s significant legislative proposals.
The full Senate has given unanimous approval to a measure aimed at protecting the rights of parents to decide how best to raise their children. House Bill 1384, by Sen. AJ Griffin, R-Guthrie, and Rep. Sally Kern, R-Oklahoma City, is also known as the “Parents Bill of Rights.”
Imagine you were the parent of a beautiful daughter. When she began suffering a host of debilitating symptoms, you take her to a reputable doctor—his prognosis is mitochondrial disease, and he continues to treat her for a few years, but when symptoms worsen, he advises you to take her to a children’s hospital for more specialized […]
This Saturday, April 12 starting at 9 a.m. and ending about noon, at the American Legion in Guthrie, the Logan Co. GOP is thrilled to announce the Give Me Liberty Tour.
Monday, March 31 at the American Legion in Guthrie, the Logan Co. GOP and First Capitol Republican Women are hosting former Senator Randy Brodgon at 7 p.m. Randy Brogdon is running for the U.S. Senate seat that Tom Coburn is vacating. The American Legion is located at 123 N. 1st Street, Guthrie.
Oklahomans who want to elect the nominee of a political party in the Primary or Runoff Primary Elections later this year should make sure they are registered in that party no later than Monday, March 31, according to Erin Dorio, Secretary of the Logan County Election Board.
GUTHRIE – State Rep. Jason Murphey, R-Guthrie, continued his mid-March tradition of providing a yearly donation of $8,241.92 from his legislative salary to the Guthrie-based Crossroads Clinic.
I have taken some time observing updates by myself and other people using social media to say something to public and private citizens. I tried to focus the reflection on myself, which is hard to do.
A legislative committee recently approved an initiative to place a term limit of 12 years upon county commissioners.
Logan County’s First Capital Republican Women hosted the Oklahoma Federation of Republican Women on Saturday, March 1 for their Winter Board of Directors meeting at the American Legion in Guthrie.
Oklahoma State Representative Jason Murphey has been designated as one of Government Technology magazine’s top 25 Doers, Dreamers and Drivers for his work to apply innovation and technology in Oklahoma state government. Since 2002, Government Technology has honored those individuals who have transformed the public sector through the smart use of technology.
On Saturday, March 8, Congressman Jim Bridenstine, OK-1st Congressional District will be the keynote speaker for the Logan Co. GOP monthly meeting. The meeting will be at the American Legion at 123 N. 1 St., in Guthrie, beginning at 9 a.m.
OKLAHOMA CITY – Gov. Mary Fallin today thanked members of the Oklahoma Senate Health and Human Services Committee for passing a bill that would require doctors to check the state’s online prescription monitoring program before prescribing a narcotic.
State Sen. AJ Griffin will hold a town hall meeting this Thursday, February 27, at 5:30 p.m. at the Oklahoma Sports Museum in Guthrie. Residents are all invited to attend to learn about the major issues of the 2014 legislative session and share their views on proposed bills as well as other issues affecting District […]
State Representative Jason W. Murphey has announced the 2014 House District 31 Town Hall Meeting. The meeting will occur at 7pm, next Monday, on the night of February 24th at Waterloo Road Baptist Church, 3100 East Waterloo Road. The invited guest is House Speaker-Emeritus TW Shannon.
You probably won’t see the following story reported anywhere else in the press, as capitol reporters have been busy reporting on the ongoing race for Speaker of the House, but last week the members of the House of Representatives participated in a historic event.
A little over a year ago, the new leadership of the House of Representatives created a new committee structure.
Candidates for the Board of Education in Logan County school districts file Declarations of Candidacy beginning at 8 a.m. Monday, December 2, 2013.
Oklahomans are shocked and disappointed as press accounts describe massive pay raises being rapidly handed out to state agency executives. In some cases those raises have amounted to more than $40,000 per year.
Essentially,….you paid $74.69 in taxes last year for roads in Logan County.