FEBRUARY 2014 PRESS RELEASES


Senate gives bipartisan unanimous approval to ‘Rural Tourism Protection Act’
02.28.14
Senate Passes Tax Cut Legislation
02.27.14
Senate approves bill banning name changes for registered sex offenders
02.26.14
Senate leader files tax cut legislation
02.26.14
Senate approves proposal to construct Bill of Rights monument at Capitol
02.25.14
Bill approved to address state’s high female incarceration rate
02.21.14
Committee gives green light to bill to ban texting while driving
02.20.14
Senate committee passes bipartisan bill to end cell phone use in school zones
02.20.14
Senate passes legislation authorizing bond to fix state Capitol; Creates Capitol Construction Oversight Committee
02.20.14
Senate approves STEM legislation to help better prepare students for workforce
02.19.14
Portrait of famous aviator and Chickasaw legislator unveiled at Capitol
02.19.14
Senate Passes Pension Reform Legislation
02.19.14
Oklahoma Senate Democrats Choose Sen. John Sparks as Leader-Elect
02.19.14
Senate committee advances plan to complete American Indian Cultural Center and Museum
02.19.14
Sen. Bass urges hearing on bill to let counties vote on horse slaughter plants
02.19.14
Senate committee moves to make CNG fuel more accessible
02.19.14
Senate approves measure to help state’s small businesses
02.18.14
Senate Finance Committee approves .25 tax cut
02.18.14
Senate adds two new landscapes to the Capitol art collection
02.18.14
Senate Committee Passes Quality Workforce Act
02.18.14
Senate Leader comments on final certification for FY 2015
02.18.14
Committee kills bill to protect restaurant patrons from deadly allergic reactions
02.12.14
Senator announces new nonpartisan alliance to reform marijuana policy in Oklahoma
02.12.14
Senate Committee Approves Legislation Authorizing Bond to Fix State Capitol
02.12.14
Historic lamp back in Senate chamber
02.11.14
Bill barring name changes for sex offenders clears committee
02.11.14
Senate Committee Approves Future State Employee Retirement Act
02.10.14
Senate passes resolution declaring Friday Wear Red Day in state
02.06.14
Senate Republicans announce 2014 legislative agenda; vow to continue Oklahoma’s economic momentum
02.06.14
Senator encourages Rose Day advocates to sign up to be foster parents
02.04.14
PHOTO & AUDIO: Senate President Pro Tem Brian Bingman reacts to Governor's State of the State Address
02.03.14
PHOTO & AUDIO: Democratic legislative leaders Sen. Sean Burrage and Rep. Scott Inman respond to the Governor's State of the State Address
02.03.14

Icon: ArrowTop