MAY 1999 PRESS RELEASES


Senate Approves Second Special Indemnity Fund Bailout Bill, Injured Workers, Businesses to Benefit
5.28.99

Keating Vetoes $120 Million "Tax Cut" for Business, Breaks Promise to Injured Workers and Families
5.26.99

Sen. Dickerson Begins Second Battle against Cancer, Will Continue Legislative Work During Treatment
5.26.99

Tougher Drunk Driving Measure Approved by Senate, Easleys Push Vehicle Seizure, Better Tracking of DUIs
5.26.99

Legislators Welcome Red River Boundary Lines
5.26.99

Statement by Senator Stratton Taylor, President Pro Tempore: Senator Taylor Comments on Senate GOP¹s HB 1003 Plans
5.26.99

House and Senate Democrat Leadership refuses to hear HB1003 Truth-in-Sentencing Bipartisan Agreement
5.26.99

Tougher Drunk Driving Measure Ready for Floor Action, Easleys Push Vehicle Seizure, Better Tracking of DUIs
5.25.99

Nickles, McCaleb Try to Sabotage Oklahoma Amtrak Service, Opt for Yugo rather than Cadillac
5.24.99

Governor Urged to Sign Workers Comp Reform Bill, Deliver $120 Million to Business, Economic Boost to State
5.20.99

Pro Tem Expresses Disappointment on Tag Veto, Motorists Real Losers in License Plate Battle
5.20.99

Senate Approves Special Indemnity Fund Bailout, Injured Workers, Insurance Fund Customers to Benefit
5.19.99

Senator Says Tag Bill Gouges Consumers
5.19.99

BOROC's Authority over RSU Raises Constitutional Questions, Senator Hobson Proposes Shift to OU Board of Regents
5.19.99

Keating Cooks Books to Justify Car Tag Veto, "Do Nothing" Guv Aims to Cheat Motorists Out of Millions
5.19.99

Statement by Senator Stratton Taylor, President Pro Tempore: Senator Taylor Comments on Keating Veto Threat
5.18.99

Senate Approves Tag Cut for Oklahoma Car, RV Owners, HB 1734 to Result in $53 Million in Savings
5.18.99

Senate Leader Proposes Omnibus Education Funding Plan, Taps Tobacco, Highway Dollars for Public Schools
5.18.99

Spaceport Legislation Becomes Law
5.17.99

Water Resources Board Permit Approval Questioned by Legislator
5.14.99

Oklahoma Car, RV Owners Big Winners in Tag Bill
5.14.99

Senator Long Offers Bill To Help Oklahomans Replace Destroyed Vehicles
5.13.99

Time Running Out On Legislature: Senate Republicans Call For Reform
5.13.99

Keating Tobacco Sell Out to Cost State Billions, Pro Tem Urges Thorough Scrutiny of Plans for State Nest Egg
5.13.99

Education in Danger in Frank Keating's Oklahoma, Schools Ignored in Governor's Final Session Push
5.12.99

Lawmakers Approve Ban on Price Gouging
5.11.99

Statement by Senator Stratton Taylor, President Pro Tempore: Senator Taylor Comments on Keating Temper Tantrum
5.11.99

Senators Expand Plan for Tobacco Settlement Funds to Include Child Abuse Prevention
5.11.99

New Watchdog Committee Adopts Rules, Begins Task of Ensuring a More Efficient State Government
5.10.99

Panel Questions Keating Plan for Pauls Valley, Enid Centers, Cites Impact on Care for Developmentally Disabled
5.06.99

Coordination Woes Plaguing Tornado Assistance Efforts,Lawmaker Urges Long-Term Task Force, Hotline
5.06.99

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