MARCH 2014 PRESS RELEASES


Too much administrative spending in education; Sen. Loveless calls for diverting savings to the classroom
03.31.14
Senate unveils “Land Run of 1889” painting
03.24.14
Senators Breechen, Sykes issue statement on Monday’s committee action on HB 3399
03.24.14
Senate Leader comments on Education Committee passage of HB 3399
03.24.14
Senate Ed Committee to hear bill assuring higher standards/complete state control
03.21.14
Bill to encourage water conservation, reuse approved by Senate
03.13.14 
Senate supports bipartisan bill to end cell phone use in school zones
03.13.14 
Sharp disappointed in lack of consideration of bill to ban texting while driving
03.12.14
Senate to Continue Work on Common Core State Standards Legislation
03.12.14
Senate approves pilot program for women offenders
03.12.14
Senate passes 9/11 G.I. Bill
03.12.14
Bills promoting greater transparency clear Senate; Holt’s measures include dash-cam bill and legislation strengthening open meetings law
03.11.14
Anderson warns action by Capitol Improvement Authority could harm state’s bond rating
03.11.14
Senate Passes Quality Workforce Act
03.11.14
Senate advances bill to provide veterans free treatment for traumatic brain injury
03.10.14
Senate clears bill strengthening penalties for human trafficking
03.10.14
Brecheen, Sykes file amendment to establish moratorium on Common Core in Oklahoma
03.10.14
Painting of acclaimed Oklahoma author Ralph Ellison will inspire future generations
03.06.14
Senate approves plan to complete American Indian Cultural Center and Museum
03.04.14
Standridge proposal would encourage water conservation, reuse
03.04.14
House next stop for bills to provide better services and representation to Oklahoma’s veterans
03.04.14

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