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The Oklahoma House of Representatives and the state Senate last week announced legislative redistricting plans and released updated maps showi…

OKLAHOMA CITY — The governor’s plan to outsource the state’s Medicaid program hit a roadblock this week after the Republican-controlled House refused to rubberstamp it, instead passing its own alternative with bipartisan support.

The first session of Oklahoma's 58th Legislature has passed the halfway mark, with seven weeks left to go for lawmakers to debate bills, pass a state budget, and work on the redistricting process.

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This session has been fast and furious as we’ve worked to revisit legislation lost last session to the COVID-19 shutdown and tackled hundreds …

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The Senate tradition of unlimited debate allows for the use of the ‘filibuster.’ Derived from a Dutch word for ‘freebooter’ to describe pirate…

Norman’s state House Rep. Jacob Rosecrants, D-Norman, got his “Oklahoma Play to Learn Act” bill off the House floor with staunch bipartisan support and it is now eligible to be heard by the state Senate.