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FEBRUARY 2010 PRESS RELEASES


Senate Gives Unanimous Approval to Bill Closing Loophole in Sex Offender Registry
02.25.10
Senate Strengthens Penalty for Refusing Disabled Vet Tax Break
02.25.10
Senators Justice And Bingman Stand In Support Of Crucial Oklahoma Industries
02.25.10
Republican Resolutions Rejecting DC Health Care Reform Pass Oklahoma State Senate Today
02.24.10  
Ford, Senate Approve Local Empowerment
02.24.10  
Senate Family Mourns Passing of Charles Israel
02.24.10
Senate Approves Legislation to Improve Graduation Rates
02.23.10
Senate Honors Miss Oklahoma 2009
02.23.10
Measures Targeting Human Trafficking Continue Through Legislature
02.19.10
Senate Panel Clears Measure to Enable Electronic Monitoring of Sex Offenders
02.17.10
Coffee Charter School Bill, Performance Pay Bills Pass Committee Today
02.17.10
Johnson: Non-Violent Offender Alternative Placement Programs Could Reduce State Funding Obligations by Over $100 Million
02.17.10
Senate Committee Approves Expungement Proposal
02.17.10
Senate Honors Rumble the Bison
02.17.10
Bills Deterring Conflict of Interest Votes in Legislature Clear Committee
02.17.10
Bill to Support Entrepreneurs/Jobs Heads to Full Senate
02.17.10
Full Senate Next Stop for Smart on Crime Measure
02.17.10
Coffee Worker's Comp Bills Pass Committee Today
02.16.10
Budget Process Moving Forward
02.16.10
Senate Puts the Brakes on Underage Drinking on Party Buses
02.16.10
Committee Clears Oklahoma Equal Opportunity Education Scholarship Act
02.16.10
Full Senate Approves Emergency Contact Bill
02.16.10
Lamb Authors Resolution to Oppose Federal Cap and Trade Proposals
02.16.10
Senate Judiciary Committee Approves Bill Ending Common Law Marriage
02.16.10
Brogdon Wins Committee Approval for Oklahoma Firearms Freedom Act
02.16.10
Senator Leftwich Wins Unanimous Approval for Ethics Reform Bill
02.16.10
Sweeden Calls Corporation Commission’s Toll-Free Calling Proposal a New Tax
02.16.10
Committee Passes Measure to Assist Part Time Employees
02.16.10
Committee Approves Tax Fraud Legislation
02.16.10
Committee Clears Health Care Protection Proposal
02.12.10
Coffee Announces Legislation to Expand Chartering Authority and Extend Charter Schools Statewide
02.12.10
Norman Area Legislators Introduce Legislation Curbing the Power of Bureaucracy
02.12.10
Marlatt Drives Road Funding Task Force Bill Through Committee
02.11.10
Committee Approves Legislation to Make Insurance Department a Non-Appropriated Agency
02.11.10
Committee Advances Bill to Provide Oklahoma Flags to Families of Fallen Soldiers
02.10.10
Bill to Expand Mental Health Courts Awaits Appropriations Committee Vote
02.10.10
Senate Republicans Release Education and Health Care Planks of 2010 Legislative Agenda
02.10.10
Legislation Closing Loophole in Sex Offender Registry Heads to Full Senate
02.10.10
Sen. Corn Awaits Committee Vote on Measure to Allow Legislative Salary Cuts During Budget Shortfall
02.10.10
Stanislawski Works Toward Advanced Education Opportunities
02.09.10
Comments from Senate President Pro Tem Glenn Coffee on Democrats' Call to Shorten Legislative Session
02.09.10
Legislature Honors Biggest Loser
02.09.10
Brogdon Blasts Presidential Council of Governors; Calls for Henry to Decline Obama’s Appointment
02.09.10
Bill to Ban Unauthorized Use of Infant DNA Clears Senate Committee
02.09.10
Garrison Calls for Shortening of Legislative Session: Wants to Use Funds for Senior Nutrition
02.09.10
2009 Jim Thorpe Winner Honored in Senate
02.08.10
Senate Education Committee Approves Bill to Increase Graduation Rates
02.08.10
Portrait of Te Ata Given in Memory of Senator Helen Cole
02.08.10
Senator Leftwich Continues Push for Ethics Legislation
02.08.10
Painting of Te Ata, the state’s first ‘Oklahoma Treasure’ to be dedicated Monday
02.05.10
Oklahoma Businesswoman and Route 66 Promoter Dawn Welch Honored by State Senate
02.04.10
Senate Approves Resolution in Support of Pregnancy Resource Centers
02.04.10
Bill to Allow School Districts to Expend State Textbook Allocations Passes Senate Committee
02.03.10
Bill Promoting Transparency in Education Spending Advances
02.03.10
Legislature Honors U.S. Senator Jim Inhofe
02.02.10
Emergency Contact Bill Heads to Full Senate
02.02.10
Sweeden Legislation to Require Headlights with Windshield Wipers Clears Committee
02.02.10
Party Bus Bill Clears Senate Committee
02.02.10
Statement From Senate Republican Caucus Chairman John Ford
02.01.10
Senate President Pro Tem Coffee Response to Governor's State of the State Address
02.01.10
Branan Encouraged by Governor’s Support of Rainy Day Fund Expansion
02.01.10

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