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

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Lamb: Continuing a renaissance

May 30, 2014 The Journal Record Guest Column Oklahoma Lieutenant Governor Todd Lamb: Since the Land Run of 1889, Oklahoma has been known worldwide as a place where entrepreneurs, pioneers and those willing to take on risk can put a

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Protect Oklahoma Families. Protect Oklahoma Jobs.

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Class warfare-laden campaign mars Oklahoma drilling tax debate

May 18, 2014 The Oklahoman Editorial: THE stuff at the center of a debate over Oklahoma’s gross production tax rate is known as “crude.” That’s an apt word for a lobbying campaign aimed at increasing the tax by 700 percent

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Myths and facts: Do poll results show that Oklahomans want to raise taxes on energy drilling? Far from it

May 14, 2014 InterAlia: [Advocates for raising Oklahoma’s gross production tax from the current 1 percent rate to 7 percent on horizontal and deep-well drilling for oil and natural gas have made questionable claims about the nature of the tax,

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In drilling tax debate, Oklahoma lawmakers should recall past tax lessons

April 29, 2014 The Oklahoman: Critics of the lower rate, particularly those representing tax consumers, aruge that horiztonal drilling is now commonplace and therefore the incentive no longer impacts drilling activity. The most aggressive critics think a return to the 7 percent

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Oklahoma Lt. Gov. Todd Lamb: Increasing drilling tax rate would hurt state

April 19, 2014 NewsOk: Oklahoma Lt. Gov. Todd Lamb: Increasing drilling tax rate would hurt state Over the past four years I’ve focused on Oklahoma’s economy by traveling each year to all 77 counties to visit with small businesses. I routinely

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Sparks: Don’t send Okla. jobs to Texas

March 21, 2014 The Journal Record: Sparks: Don’t send Okla. jobs to Texas Democrat or Republican, all Oklahomans know one thing – our state’s economy depends on oil and natural gas. The oil and natural gas industry is the largest single

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Oklahoma bill sends senior tax freeze to public vote

March 12, 2014 News9.com: Oklahoma voters would decide whether seniors, regardless of income, should have their property tax rates frozen under a bill that has passed the Oklahoma House. The House voted 63-27 on Wednesday for the resolution by Oklahoma City

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Oklahoma growing in businesses and jobs

March 2, 2014 Tulsa World: No one can deny the beauty and charm of northeast Oklahoma. From the Art Deco skyline in Tulsa to the rolling hills and beautiful scenery that make up the rest of the region, anyone passing

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