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Legislature Loses Conservative Champion in David Brumbaugh

Published: Spring 2017 By: Constitution Staff

Oklahomans are mourning the passing of State Rep. David Brumbuagh (R-Broken Arrow), one of the great...Continued Inside...

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Gov. Fallin Signs REAL ID Compliance Bill

Published: Spring 2017 By: Constitution Staff

On March 2, Governor Mary Fallin signed House Bill 1845, the REAL ID compliance legislation. The new...Continued Inside...

March GRF Receipts 9% Below Estimate

Published: Spring 2017 By: Constitution Staff

General Revenue Fund (GRF) collections in March missed the official monthly estimate by 9 percent...Continued Inside...

The Passing of Mike McCarville

Published: Spring 2017 By: Constitution Staff

Dennis Michael Mike McCarville, known to many as the man with a great face for radio, died on March...Continued Inside...

Fallin Fifth Least Popular Governor

Published: Spring 2017 By: Constitution Staff

As the administration of Governor Mary Fallin winds down, her approval ratings are winding down as...Continued Inside...

Pinnell First Official Candidate for Lt. Governor

Published: Spring 2017 By: Constitution Staff

On April 20, former Oklahoma Republican Party Chairman and small business owner Matt Pinnell...Continued Inside...

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2018 Race for Governor

Published: Spring 2017 By: Constitution Staff

Gov. Mary Fallin, who is now entering the final two years of her second term, is prohibited by term-limits from seeking a third four-year term in 2018. With the seat open next year, a number of candidates are considering the race, while others have...... Continued Inside...

Special Elections to Fill Legislative Seats

Published: Spring 2017 By: Constitution Staff

Special Elections to fill vacancies in the Oklahoma Legislature are in progress. The vacancies are the result of the resignation of five legislators, three in the House and two in the Senate, and the death of a member of the House. Since all six seats...... Continued Inside...

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Letter to Editior for Spring 2017
Constitution StaffSpring 2017

Bridenstine Town HallOn Tuesday, April 11, Jim Bridenstine, Oklahoma First District Congressman hosted a Securing America Town Hall at 6:30 P.M. in the Maybee Center at ORU (Oral Roberts University). The meeting had been advertized for a few weeks and the...... Continued Inside...

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Spring 2017
Constitution Staff Spring 2017

$6 Billion for FY2018 AppropriationsThe appropriated budget hole for fiscal year 2018 which begins on July 1, 2017, will be $878 million. As he presented the figures to the Board of Equalization on February 21, Secretary of Finance, Administration and...... Continued Inside...

Bills Move Through Oklahoma Legislature

Published: Spring 2017 By: Constitution Staff

With the close of the legislative session approaching on May 26, various bills are being considered by the Legislature. To still be in play in the current session, most bills had to be passed in the chamber of origin and be approved in the other chamber...... Continued Inside...

Pinnell First Official Candidate for Lt. Governor

Published: Spring 2017 By: Constitution Staff

On April 20, former Oklahoma Republican Party Chairman and small business owner Matt Pinnell formally began his campaign for Lt. Governor of Oklahoma by filing a statement of organization with the Oklahoma Ethics Commission. State law allows potential...... Continued Inside...

Fallin Fifth Least Popular Governor

Published: Spring 2017 By: Constitution Staff

As the administration of Governor Mary Fallin winds down, her approval ratings are winding down as well. According to Morning Consult Governor Approval rankings, which polled 85,000 registered voters across the country in the first three months of the...... Continued Inside...

The Passing of Mike McCarville

Published: Spring 2017 By: Constitution Staff

Dennis Michael Mike McCarville, known to many as the man with a great face for radio, died on March 8, 2017, at the age of 76, from respiratory failure due to complications of COPD and emphysema. Mike, a legendary Oklahoma journalist and political...... Continued Inside...

Constitution Columnists

Bill Graves

Historical and Theological Foundations of Law
Noted Constitutional authority John Eidsmoe has written a legal classic on the origins and...

Theodore King

Federal Page for Spring 2017
Mullin Prepares to Break His Three-terms Pledge In 2012, Markwayne Mullin was the best speaker of...

Steve Byas

Cole, Inhofe, Lankford, Russell, Wrong on Syria
It was quite discouraging. Following the decision by President Trump to bomb a country Syria that...

Richard Engle

You Cant Get There from Here
Many of my friends know that from time to time I drive with Uber. I do it mostly late at night on...

Linda Murphy

Supt. Hofmeisters Plan Opposes President Trumps Call for Local Control
Supt. Hofmeisters Plan Opposes President Trumps Call for Local ControlHofmeister has dug in her...

Rep. Jason Murphey

Big Government Groundhog Day
State officials are continuing to consider an array of tax and fee increases. I instinctively know...

John Michener

Fighting Federal Tyranny Requires Enforcing State Sovereignty
Every branch of the federal government is involved in unconstitutional activity. Congress passes...

David Deming

Why the Second Amendment Protects AR-15s
For decades the Federal Judiciary has been trying to interpret the Second Amendment out of the...

Charlie Meadows

Have Republican Lawmakers Been Suckered into the Agenda of the Education Industry?
Have Republican Lawmakers Been Suckered into the Agenda of the Education Industry?To be sure, some...

Brandon Dutcher

Oklahomans Say Teachers Should Be Allowed to Vote on Unions
Getting public policy right in the area of education includes respecting teachers and freeing them...

Andrew K. Boyle

HB 1757, SB 691 and the Lot vs Millennials (advantage young people)
We certainly are living in interesting times, in the mode of that famous Chinese curse sort of ways....

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