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Oklahoma Can Lead Innovation With Federal Government in State of Dysfunction

February 10, 2015 NEWS OK By Scott Meacham President and CEO of i2E Inc. With the dysfunction that now exists in our federal government, we no longer can look to Washington to see the kind of breakthrough ideas or initiatives

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Air Force formally accepts land for major new repair center at Tinker Air Force Base

Feburary 4, 2015 NEWS OK In the works for more than a year, the acquisition of former rail yard is step toward fixing the next generation of Air Force refueling planes. Oklahoma City, county and state officials worked with Air

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Governor Delivers ‘State Of The State’ Address To The Legislature

Febuary 2, 2015 NEWSON6.COM AP OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin is calling for an initiative to lower incarceration costs in the state. In her "State of the State" address to the Legislature Monday, Fallin said personal and community

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Free Market Friday: Obamacare strikes again

The Journal Record: January 15, 2015 By Michael C. Carnuccio President of the Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs It’s been more than four years since the president signed the Affordable Care Act. For political reasons, the law was written so

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Oklahoma charts rapid personal income growth

NEWSOK: December 20, 2014 Oklahoma’s personal earnings growth rate has been among the fastest in the nation over the past five years, in large part due to the energy industry, according to data released Friday by the U.S. Commerce Department.

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Oklahoma’s gross production tax issue should stay settled

December 9, 2014 The Oklahoman Editorial Board: Associated energy taxes have kept Oklahoma’s government afloat during and since the national recession. A report commissioned by the State Chamber Research Foundation found the energy industry is the single largest contributor to

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Lankford: Power grab doesn’t hold water

November 17, 2014 Journal Record Our administration never ceases to amaze me. Power grabs seem to be the new norm. The latest installment of federal overreach can be found right in your backyard. Ever heard the term “navigable waters”? Ever

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Harding: Fight for the future

November 7, 2014 The Journal Record Opinion Guest Column by Nathanial Harding Veterans Day offers us a chance to celebrate the service of all U.S. military veterans. It’s also time to celebrate an advancing American oil and natural gas industry

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Attorney General Scott Pruitt Praises Supreme Court Decision to Review Illegal ACA Subsidies

OKLAHOMA CITY November 7, 2014 – Attorney General Scott Pruitt praised the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to take up for review a lawsuit challenging illegal IRS subsidies being issued as part of the implementation of the Affordable Care Act. The

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Schools across Oklahoma can continue selling food at fundraisers, officials rule

10/18/14 NewsOK: Schools across Oklahoma can continue selling food at fundraisers, officials rule Oklahoma students can continue with their fundraising efforts as in years past after state Board of Education members Friday granted exemptions in a federal law monitoring snacks

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