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MARCH 2000 PRESS RELEASES


Children, Teachers and Taxpayers Losers In Death of Cost-Sharing Bill
3.31.00
Senate to Consider $11 Million Tag Cut for State Motorists, Legislation Prices Annual Tags at $85, $45 and $15
3.31.00
State Senate Approves $2,000 Pay Raise for State Employees
3.29.00
Wilcoxson, Coleman Say Foes of HB 1710 Are Rewarding Mediocre Education
3.29.00
Tag Reform Alive and Well at State Capitol, GOP Prefers Election Year Politics to Responsible Tag Bill
3.28.00
Gov. Keating's Remedial Course Ban Declared Dead, Sen. Hobson Cites Objections from OU Athletic Official
3.28.00
Sen. Leftwich Urges Gov. Keating to Drop Remedial Course Ban, Cites Comments of OU Official, Impact on Athletic Programs
3.27.00
Sen. Herbert Outlines Blueprint for Passenger Rail Service, Three Phase Plan Would Link State with Nat'l Rail Network
3.27.00
Sen. Herbert to Unveil Blueprint for Oklahoma Passenger Rail Network at Monday News Conference
3.24.00
Vets Agency Hit with Unexpected Loss of Federal Funds, Reduction to Exacerbate Gov. Keating's Proposed Vet Cuts
3.23.00
Tag Fee Reduction Legislation Clears Senate Committee
3.21.00
Snyder Charges Senate Democratic Leaders With "Selective Democracy ", Urges Floor Vote on Right-To-Work
3.20.00
Senator Taylor Comments on Rush, Chamber Grandstanding
3.20.00
Painting Honoring Oklahoma Aviator To Be Dedicated
3.17.00
Senator Taylor Comments on District Atty's Council
3.16.00
State Senate Approves Patients Rights Legislation, Bill Would Allow People to Hold HMO's Accountable
3.15.00
State Senate Intervenes in Insurance Fund Lawsuit, Seeks Rebates for Business, Payments for Injured Workers
3.15.00
Senate Approves Workers' Comp Overhaul Bill
3.14.00
McCaleb Excuses for Tulsa Road Delays Don't Hold Water, Sen. Long Wants Straight Story, Involvement from Gov. Keating
3.13.00
State Senate to Fight Lawsuit that Would Block Payments to Injured Workers, Derail Business Refunds
3.09.00
State Leaders Have Plenty to Brag About, New Report Cites Oklahoma Accomplishments
3.09.00
Tulsa Area Getting Shafted by Road Program Delays, Sen. Long Requests Answers from ODOT, Gov. Keating
3.07.00
Full Senate Approves Sen. Taylor's Tobacco Trust Fund Bill
3.06.00
Oklahoma Gets Highest Marks In Nation For Hepatitis A Prevention
3.02.00
Oklahoma Ranks High in Percentage of Teachers in Classroom, Guv's School Administration Stats Don't Tell the Whole Story
3.02.00
Senators Take Exception to Keating Criticism of College Grads, Request Apology for Inaccurate, Damaging Statements
3.01.00