APRIL 2013 PRESS RELEASES


Legislature shows support of Breast Cancer Awareness Day
04.30.13
Bipartisan Group of Senators Comment on Senate Passage of Workers’ Compensation Reform Legislation
04.30.13
Bill to help save lives of young binge drinkers wins final Senate approval
04.30.13
Gov. signs anti-smoking/local control legislation
04.30.13
Senate advances historic workers’ compensation overhaul to Governor Fallin’s desk
04.30.13
Governor signs Senate bill expanding Suicide Prevention Council
04.29.13
Sen. Susan Paddack Issues Statement on Amendment and Passage of Senate Bill 408 by the House
04.25.13
Senate Leadership statement on House passage of Administrative Workers’ Compensation Act
04.24.13
Statement from Sen. Dan Newberry on passage of tax cut proposal
04.24.13
Senate Leadership statement on passage of Eight-Year Infrastructure Plan
04.24.13
Pro Tem Bingman statement on passage of Income Tax Cut
04.24.13
Governor signs bill addressing cost disparity between oral, intravenous cancer drugs
04.24.13
Senate approves changes to A-F school grading system
04.23.13
Senate approves ‘Protect Against Pedophiles Act’
04.22.13
Senate approves measure to curb prescription drug abuse
04.22.13
Senate approves measure allowing for more volunteer firefighters
04.19.13
Senate approves regulations to reduce abuse in ‘Obama phones’ program
04.17.13
Senate approves post-conviction DNA testing bill
04.17.13
Senate approves tax credit for foster parents
04.17.13
Bill to address Medicaid fraud in Oklahoma heads to Governor’s desk
04.16.13
Bill requiring law enforcement training to recognize Alzheimer’s heads to governor
04.16.13
Emergency Drought Relief Fund measure heads to Governor
04.16.13
Senate sends human trafficking bills to Gov. Fallin
04.11.13
Pro Tem Bingman statement on passage of School Security Commission legislation
04.11.13
‘Protect Against Pedophiles Act’ heads to full Senate
04.10.13
Senate recognizes “Dog the Bounty Hunter”
04.09.13
Oklahoma Gold Star Medal of Honor awarded in joint session
04.09.13
Senate Democratic Leader Sean Burrage and Caucus Chairman Tom Ivester Comment on Senate Committee Passage of HB 2032
04.04.13
Legislators disappointed Parole of Aging Prisoners Act not given committee hearing
04.04.13
Standridge: Oklahoma must address epidemic of prescription drug abuse
04.04.13
Bill supporting Schools for the Blind and Deaf heads to Governor
04.02.13

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