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Sine Die Audio
mp3 (Pres. Pro Tem Mike Morgan and Republican Floor Leader Owen Laughlin declare Sine Die.)
mp3 (Sen. Pres. Pro Tem Mike Morgan discusses what grade he'd give the 2008 session.)
Senate Co-President Grades Legislative Session ‘B’
mp3 (Sen. co-Pres. Pro Tem Glenn Coffee discusses 2008 session.)
Senate Mourns Passing of Jack Mildren
mp3 (Lt. Gov. Jari Askins and Sens. Corn and Rabon on Mildren.)
Senate Approves Bill to Protect Oklahomans from Predators
mp3 (Sen. Nichols' explains his date rape bill.)
Senate Approves Resolution Recognizing 50th Anniversary Of The Sit-In Movement
mp3 (Sen. C. Johnson says events 50 years ago changed the state and the nation.)
Senate Democrats and House Democrats To Discuss “Nick’s Law” Lack of Progress
mp3 (Sen. Gumm, Rep. Mike Brown and Nick's father Wayne Rhode speak to reporters about their effort to get Nick's Law heard in the House.)
State Senate Pays Tribute to Sen. Williamson
mp3 (Sen. Coffee and Sen. Williamson on the floor after passage of resolution honoring Williamson.)
Senate Approves Measure to Prevent Drug/Alcohol Use by Pregnant Women
mp3 (Sen. Laster explains need for HB 2705.)
Senate Sends Governor Bill Creating ‘Office of Accountability and Innovation’
mp3 (Sen. Coffee explains needs for Office of Accountability.)
Sen. Glenn Coffee's Weekly Q & A with Media
Senate Salutes Highway Patrol Troopers
mp3 (Sen. Laster praises troopers.)
Senate Approves School Security Act
mp3 (Sen. Lamb explains reducing bullying is important to making schools safer.)
House Leadership Continues to Refuse Responsible Plan for Oklahoma Children
mp3 (Press Conference - Sen. Leftwich; former Edmond Mayor Saundra Naifeh; Yukon senior Lisa Collins; Lisa Couch with the Norman Alcohol Information Center; Shawnee student Tannor Goeing; Southeast High School freshman Amanda Seigler; Linda Bell with the Eagle Ridge program; Southeast High School teacher Jennifer Ceville; Southeast High School teacher William Chamberlain.)
Study Shows Autism Coverage Financially Responsible
mp3 (Sen. Gumm, Nick's parents Wayne & Robin Rohde, and Dee Blose speak to reporters about the costs they face annually to treat their children and how Nick's Law would save all Oklahomans money in the long run.)
Lawmakers Help Promote ‘Komen Advocacy Day’ at the State Capitol
mp3 (Sen. Eason McIntyre got involved with the Komen Foundation after her breast cancer.)
mp3 (Rep. Lucky Lamons  got involved after his wife's diagnosis of breast cancer.)
mp3 (Alberta Jones of Tulsa is an 11 year survivor and participated in the Komen Awareness Day.)
mp3 (Christy Southard, Exec. Director Tulsa Susan B. Komen)
mp3 (Lorna Parlmer, Susan B. Komen, Exec Dir. Central OK affiliate.)
mp3 (Lynnie Skeen with Langston University also attended to promote the Komen Foundation.)
Senate Honors Jeff Rabon for 12 Years of Service
mp3 (Sen. Rabon addresses his fellow members after being honored
Senate Pays Tribute to State’s Oldest Trooper
mp3 (State's oldest highway patrolman speaks to Senate.)
Senator Gumm: House Leadership Offers Only Confusion and Delay for Oklahoma Families
mp3 (Sen. Gumm's reactions to Speaker's response.)
Democrats Kill Voter ID Bill in Partisan Vote
mp3 (Sen. Ford's reactions to vote on Voter ID bill.)
Sen. Wilcoxson Honored by State Senate
mp3 (Sen. Wilcoxson speaks at her term limit ceremony.)
Senate Dems Reject Term Limits Compromise, So Vote to Occur on Current Bill
mp3 (Audio from Press Conference.)
Portraits of Territorial Governors Dedicated
mp3 (Art Fund president Charles Ford explains the Territorial Governors.)
mp3 (PSO president Stuart Solomon on sponsoring the portraits.)
mp3 (Gov. Henry discusses the portraits and how they add to the beauty of Capitol.)
mp3 (Sen. Ford further discusses portraits.)
Senate Co-President Pro Tem Glenn Coffee's Weekly Q & A with Capitol reporters