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 MAY 2009 NEWS AUDIO CLIPS



Senate Republicans Praise Historic, Successful First Session in Majority
05.26.09
mp3 (Senate Majority Leader Lamb and President Pro Tem Coffee End of Session.)
wav (President Pro Tem Coffee and Majority Leader Lamb adjourn session Sine Die.)
 
Senate Approves Gumm’s Legislation to Keep Sex Offenders out of Ice Cream Trucks
05.22.09
mp3 (Sen. Gumm on need for his legislation.)
 
Taskforce to Help At-Risk Youth Receives Final Approval in Senate
05.22.09
mp3 (Sen. Coates says thousands of Oklahoma's kids need help transitioning to adulthood.)
 
Senate Approves Tougher Domestic Violence/Child Porn Penalties
05.22.09
mp3 (Sen. Nichols explains legislation addressing domestic violence and child porn possession.)
 
Soldiers Relief Bill Closer to Gov.’s Desk
05.21.09
mp3 (Sen. Russell on SB 881.)
 
Oklahomans Denied a Voice on Property Tax Hikes
05.21.09
mp3 (Sen. Reynolds Press Conference on SJR 5.)
 
Senate Approves Landmark Water Bill
05.21.09
mp3 (Sen. Justice on HB 1483 water bill.)
 
Legislation to Reduce Drunk Driving Clears Senate
05.20.09
mp3 (Sen. Barrington says SB 1185 will reduce drunk driving.)
mp3 (Sean Jekins Exec. Dir. of Green Country MADD says bill will reduce drunk driving.)
 
Senate Commends Colonel’s Service to State and Nation
05.20.09
mp3 (Reading of SR 58 with comments from Sen. Garrison, Sec. of Veterans Affairs Norman Lamb and Col. Perry Woolridge.)
 
Gov. Signs Julie’s Law
05.20.09
mp3 (Sen. Nichols reax to Governor signing Julie's Law.)
 
Senate Honors Wayman Tisdale
05.19.09
mp3 (Tisdale resolution read on floor.)
 
Workers' Compensation Reform Heads to Vote of the People
05.19.09
mp3 (Sen. Jolley says bill would create a check and balance for workers' comp judges.)
 
Senator Russell Comments on Senator Corn's "Solution" For Public Safety Funding
05.19.09
mp3 (Sen. Russell says DPS fee increase not needed, furloughs will be avoided through general fund.)
 
Sen. Corn Proposes Solution to Avoid Trooper Furloughs
05.19.09
mp3 (Sen. Corn on avoiding Trooper furloughs.)
 
Senator Brogdon Thanks Governor for Signing Ten Commandments Monument Bill
05.18.09
mp3 (Sen. Brogdon discusses Ten Commandments Monument Bill being signed.)
 
Senate Honors Life and Career of Sen. John Young
05.18.09
mp3 (Sen. Bingman honors the late Sen. Young.)
 
Governor, Legislative Leaders Announce Budget Deal
05.15.09
mp3 (Senators Glenn Coffee and Mike Johnson discuss budget agreement.)
 
Tort Reform Bill Includes Liability Protection for Gun Manufacturers
05.14.09
mp3 (Sen. Gumm on firearm manufacturing liability protection.)
 
Oklahoma Sets Standard with Passage of Landmark Tort Reform
05.14.09
mp3
 
Choctaw Nation Lauded by Senate for Support of National Guard and Reserve
05.14.09
mp3 (Senate Floor audio with Sen. Gumm and Choctaw Chief Gregory Pyle.)
 
Senate Urges Rejection of United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child
05.13.09
mp3 (Sen. Newberry discusses passage of HCR 1033.)
 
Oklahoma Sovereignty Resolution Clears Senate
05.13.09
mp3 (Sen. Brogdon on passage of sovereignty resolution.)
 
Senate Gives Final Approval to Bill Requiring Full Disclosure of Adoption Fees
05.13.09
mp3 (Sen. Russell explains his bill to disclose private adoption fees.)
 
Senate Approves Julie’s Law
05.13.09
mp3 (Sen. Nichols stresses DNA would not be harvested unless a person was convicted of crimes in SB 1102.)
 
Lawmakers Share Concerns over Possible Sale of Oklahoma Water to Texas
05.13.09 
mp3 (Sen. Jim Wilson and Rep. Jerry Ellis on protecting Oklahoma water.)
 
Sen. Brogdon Denounces Venezuela’s Takeover of Tulsa-based Williams Facilities
05.12.09
mp3
 
Lawmakers Honor Clem McSpadden
05.12.09
mp3 (Presentation of SCR 29 in Senate.)
 
Senate, House, Trial Bar, Mineral Owners Reach Agreement on Historic Lawsuit Reform Package
05.11.09
mp3
 
Senate Pro Tem Glenn Coffee's Weekly Q & A (Week 14)
05.07.09
mp3
 
State Senate Honors Oral Roberts
05.07.09
mp3 (Oral Roberts addresses the State Senate.)