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The cigarette tax is a good business decision. [Read More]
By increasing gross production taxes, we only decrease the motivation for new wells to be drilled in our state. [Read More]
One of Oklahoma's institutions is celebrating its centennial this year by hosting a banquet featuring celebrated Olympic runner Jackie Joyner-Kersee as keynote speaker. [Read More]
With Earth Day approaching, it's a great time to jump up, get out and put our lives in action for the world around us. [Read More]
I hope to take my newfound respect for performers and athletes with me as I go back to my projects in the fast-paced business world. [Read More]
Not only is Oklahoma facing the reality of less state revenue, the governor and her staff have drained the entire balance from the Rainy Day... [Read More]
The murder of public education is occurring in plain sight. [Read More]
The Oklahoma City Ballet will perform A Midsummer Night's Dream from April 21-23 in the Civic Center Music Hall downtown. [Read More]
Placemaking, as an activity, strengthens communities by actively engaging and exploring resilience and sustainability. [Read More]
If you've heard that the Oklahoma Democratic Party is on the way out in Oklahoma, let's review Democrats' success in special elections right here in... [Read More]
We can solve the budget crisis in a way that benefits all Oklahoma if more of us step up and show the courage to put... [Read More]
Undeniably, governing requires money and, while all taxes discourage economic activity, you have to tax something to provide essential services. But if you understand current... [Read More]
As April 20 approaches – a national holiday for some known as Cannabis Day – it seems appropriate to discuss an employee's right to puff... [Read More]
If Oklahoma legislators vote to allow prosperity districts, it won't be this year. [Read More]
The majority of the civil fraud cases U.S. Attorney Mark Yancey's office handles are related to federal health care. [Read More]
Personal rights advocates and Democrats responded to a controversial email by saying the state Legislature is due for a culture shift. [Read More]
Personal rights advocates and Democrats responded to a controversial email by saying the state Legislature is due for a culture shift. [Read More]
Members of the Foss Reservoir water board learned to their dismay Monday night that they could become responsible for what is now Foss State Park... [Read More]
Although a drop in Pell reserves would hurt no students this year or next, it could become a problem five or 10 years down the... [Read More]
The Norman Music Festival started in 2008 with two stages where 27 bands played. In the last nine years, the festival has grown into a... [Read More]
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