Oklahoma Energy Producers Alliance wants to return the gross production tax to 7 percent.
The Oklahoma government is considering more tax cuts despite an estimated $868 million budget shortfall.
Oklahoma Policy Institute’s Do Something OK campaign educates voters about budget cuts and interacting with lawmakers to encourage change.
You can get a lot of kennels in a small area, but don’t build too many because the need may shrink quickly once employed.
This article is superb, from my point of view, particularly for completing the story of the Kiowa Six and Lois Smoky as told by Ms. Satepauhoodle-Mikkanen.
At long last, Oklahoma is on the verge of empowering Islamic schools in Oklahoma to bloom and thrive statewide.
The Dec. 9 issue of Oklahoma Gazette was, in my not-so-humble opinion, a benchmark edition.
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Let’s start with Mickey’s home in higher education. Unlike most states with a consolidated higher ed system, ours is fragmented, with nearly 30 separate colleges and universities, each with its own president, squadrons of vice presidents, deans, provosts and other administrators and enrollment and business offices. Bring all the two-year colleges under one statewide community…
Oh, but it can. The state Legislature this session passed House Bill 2032 to decrease the maximum Oklahoma personal income tax rate from 5.25 percent to 5 percent in 2015 and then again to 4.85 percent in 2016 if there is sufficient revenue growth. When fully implemented, the Oklahoma Tax Commission estimates the measure will…