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Special Elections for Legislative Seats

Published: Winter 2018 By: Constitution Staff

Special Elections to fill vacancies in the Oklahoma Legislature continue, with seven of nine...Continued Inside...

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Federal Tax Cuts Could Result in Utility Rate Cuts

Published: Winter 2018 By: Constitution Staff

Federal Tax Cuts Could Result in Utility Rate Cuts for CustomersThe estimated annual tax savings for...Continued Inside...

Efforts to Get Corporation Commission to Reopen Southwestern Bell Case Continue

Published: Winter 2018 By: Constitution Staff

On December 19, the Oklahoma Supreme Court ruled 8-1 against a group of former Southwestern Bell...Continued Inside...

THE FEDERAL PAGE for Winter 2018

Published: Winter 2018 By: Theodore King

Political PizzaAn important legislative milestone was reached late last year, one the Republicans...Continued Inside...

End Does Not Justify the Means

Published: Winter 2018 By: Steve Byas

I was disappointed when I saw some folks that I consider conservatives folks who believe in the...Continued Inside...

Has Technology-delivered Teaching Taken over Your School?

Published: Winter 2018 By: Linda Murphy

Is your school eliminating textbooks? Are teachers in your school becoming monitors on the side,...Continued Inside...

Governor Candidates at Randall University Forum

Published: Winter 2018 By: Constitution Staff

Seven candidates participated in the November 7th governor candidate forum at Randall University in...Continued Inside...

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Step Up Oklahoma Calls for Tax Increases

Published: Winter 2018 By: Constitution Staff

In what can only be described as a full-court press, much of the financial elite of Oklahoma has joined together to pressure the Oklahoma Legislature to raise taxes, and gut the provisions of SQ 640, which prevents tax increases without a vote of the...... Continued Inside...

Gross Receipts to the State Treasury Shows Growth

Published: Winter 2018 By: Constitution Staff

State Treasurer Ken Miller announced on January 5 that Gross Receipts to the state Treasury surged by 12 percent in December and grew at a healthy rate of 6.2 percent during the 2017 calendar year. At $1 billion, December collections are up by $107.9...... Continued Inside...

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Letters to the Editor for Winter 2018
Constitution StaffWinter 2018

More Wasted MoneyTwo or three times in recent months reports have surfaced from State Treasurer Ken Miller that revenue collections had shown substantial increases over 2016. These led me to question if there was a real need to have the special sessions...... Continued Inside...

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Winter 2018
Constitution Staff Winter 2018

Bills Filed in LegislatureJanuary 18 was the last day for state legislators to file legislation for the Second Session of the 56th Legislature. In the Senate, a total of 706 bills were filed along with 23 joint resolutions. In 2017, a total of 831 Senate...... Continued Inside...

Bridenstine Renominated to Head NASA

Published: Winter 2018 By: Constitution Staff

On January 8, the White House resubmitted the nomination of Oklahoma Congressman Jim Bridenstine to be the next National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) administrator. Bridenstines nomination was returned to the White House after the...... Continued Inside...

Governor Candidates at Randall University Forum

Published: Winter 2018 By: Constitution Staff

Seven candidates participated in the November 7th governor candidate forum at Randall University in Moore. Randall recently changed its name from Hillsdale Free Will Baptist College, but remains a Christian liberal arts college associated with that...... Continued Inside...

Has Technology-delivered Teaching Taken over Your School?

Published: Winter 2018 By: Linda Murphy

Is your school eliminating textbooks? Are teachers in your school becoming monitors on the side, while computer programs replace them? An experimental technology system, which delivers student training, testing, assessing, sorting, labeling and job track...... Continued Inside...

End Does Not Justify the Means

Published: Winter 2018 By: Steve Byas

I was disappointed when I saw some folks that I consider conservatives folks who believe in the concept of following the Constitution cheering Governor Mary Fallins executive order, dictating that a consolidation/annexation plan be implemented,...... Continued Inside...

Constitution Columnists

Richard Engle

Our Dirty Little (Not So) Secret
Did anyone actually think the Devil would go about with horns and a dark suit tempting people with...

John Michener

Conspiracy Can Aid or End Our Culture of Corruption
We all have that friend for whom everything is a conspiracy. Typically, this person will latch on to...

Rep. Jason Murphey

The Need to Transform the Legislative Process
It is the time of year when legislators file legislation for the next session. Every so often I feel...

Brandon Dutcher

The Higher Ed Defunding Thats Yet to Come?
Theres been much hand-wringing lately among some higher-education officials and journalists (to the...

Andrew K. Boyle

Step up Oklahoma is Awful Delightfully, Refreshingly Awful and Mr Madison says that is OK.
Honest men should be embarrassed by their systems government; we conservatives tend to forget this...

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