The latest appeal in a 1989 Southwestern Bell bribery case awaits the state Supreme Court.
The Oklahoma Supreme Court strikes down 2017’s Smoking Cessation Act.
Oklahoma House Democrats hold a budget hearing to prepare for a special session on the heels of the state Supreme Court reviewing legal challenges on revenue bills.
They seem to be certain that history could not possibly repeat itself with them in the cockpit and political parties acting like control towers.
Other critics point to a lack of courtroom experience, noting that Wyrick admits in his application that he has only taken one civil case to verdict on a bench trial and has never taken either a civil or criminal case to verdict before a jury. Also, he has never been a judge.
CFN looks back on 2016 and makes predictions about what Okies will get up to in 2017.
“Everyone selling alcohol is to be licensed through ABLE. We pushed hard for that,” Bice said.
Dave Bond asserts that Initiative Petition 403, which involves teacher pay and sales taxes, is unconstitutional.
An appeal to keep the Ten Commandments on state property has once again failed.
Reactions to the State Supreme Court’s decision to remove the controversial Ten Commandments monument from the Capitol lawn have varied.