With another legislative session starting next week, here are some takeaways from Wednesday’s State Budget Summit hosted by the Oklahoma Policy Institute.
Hundreds gathered to share ideas on how to make Classen Blvd. more bike and pedestrian friendly.
OKC schools invited lawmakers to tour “F schools,” hoping to offer a different perspective and encourage reform of the state grading system.
A proposed bike ordinance was voted down by the OKC council on Tuesday.
Keeping tabs on everything during a legislative session is a difficult task, even for lawmakers at our state capitol.
“I think I have an opportunity to reflect and rest,” said Dorman just a few months after terming out of his House role and losing his state governor run.
For the majority of Oklahoma children, paying attention in class competes with thoughts about their next meal, faded clothes or whether a parent will be at home after school.
The launch of evening bus service instantly helped many who work night hours across the city.
This year, Oklahoma City has dozens of policy interests it wants to advance at both state and federal levels, including funding the completion of a Native American museum, increasing transit funding and allowing the city to collect sales tax on Internet sales.
Two of the state’s largest advocacy organizations for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights have merged under a new name.