CFN Gazette staff
As the state legislative session winds down, some lawmakers are working
to resuscitate proposals that already died. That can be promising news
for Oklahomans who fancy schoolteachers packing heat, and more bad news
for Oklahomans who don’t like the idea of distracted drivers zooming
along the highway.
Commentary Cal Hobson
Our legislators are home this summer, having completed their 2013 work.
It was a session that saw good bills killed, bad bills consuming too
much precious time and the passage of a ridiculous tax cut that doesn’t
even kick in until 2016.