Monthly Archives: July 2014

Registration deadline is Friday for Oklahoma’s Aug. 26 runoff

July 29, 2014 NewsOK: Voters must register by Friday for Oklahoma’s Aug. 26 primary runoff Friday is the deadline for voters to register for the Aug. 26 runoff election. Runoffs feature the top two candidates in primary races where no

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Conservative Stephanie Bice – fighting for Oklahoma families. Watch the video!

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Free Market Friday: Ditch the EPA rule

July 24, 2014 The Journal Record Opinion Piece by Michael C. Carnuccio The 1972 Clean Water Act defined the waters of the United States as navigable lakes and rivers and the primary tributaries that feed them. So for 42 years,

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‘Let Me Google That for You’—Now a Congressional Bill

July 24, 2014 National Journal: Some think the government is wasting money on an agency that search engines have made obsolete. One bill would eliminate it altogether. A little-known branch of the Commerce Department faces elimination, thanks to advances in

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Fake Applications for ObamaCare Tax Subsidies Show How Vulnerable Health Care Law is to Fraud & Abuse

July 22, 2014 U.S. Senate Committee on Ways and Means: Washington, DC – Today, Ways and Means Committee Chairman Dave Camp (R-MI), Oversight Subcommittee Chairman Charles Boustany Jr., M.D. (R-LA), Senate Finance Committee Ranking Member Orrin Hatch (R-UT) and Senate

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Oklahoma had one of the highest employment increases in the nation for June.

July 19, 2004 NewsOK: Oklahoma’s jobless rate dipped to 4.5 percent in June from 4.6 percent the previous month, according to data released Friday by the U.S. Labor Department. Oklahoma had one of the largest rises in employment in the

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Oklahoma City tops best cities list to launch a startup

July 9, 2014 CNN Money: 10 best cities to launch a startup. Access to funding, labor and the cost of living can make or break a new business. Based on a NerdWallet study, these 10 cities are the best in

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Enforcement of federal agreement to hit rural fire departments hard

July 5, 2014 Tulsa World: Enforcement of federal agreement to hit rural fire departments hard. An agreement between two federal agencies will hamstring the ability of rural fire departments to fight wilderness blazes, area and state officials say. The pact

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Rural fire programs in jeopardy

July 4, 2014 The Shawnee News-Star: An agreement between the Department of Defense and the Environmental Protection Agency will have devastating effects on rural fire departments.

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