Event will make stop at Sapulpa’s Heart of Route 66 Auto Museum in 2021
The City of Sapulpa Downtown Master Plan development process is currently underway and ready to begin gathering public input.
“June 19, 1865, was not just the last day that Blacks experienced chattel slavery. It was the last day that Americans did too, and that is something we should all celebrate together.”
“State Rep. Mark Lawson fought for Oklahoma’s children with tenacity, creativity, and wisdom.”
The State Election Board’s new voter registration “wizard” makes it easier than ever to complete a Voter Registration Application.
OSDH announced that with the expiration of the state’s emergency declaration, they will move back to reporting data on a county-by-county basis.
The bill will protect children 12 years of age or younger from being placed in a state juvenile detention facility unless certain conditions are met.
The legislation ensures Oklahoma’s statutes now align with the federal Tobacco-Free Youth Act, which was signed by President Donald Trump last December.
OKLAHOMA CITY – Sen. Kim David is the author of legislation to protect victims from their intimate images and videos being sold by former partners without their knowledge or consent. Such actions will become a felony under Senate Bill 1462, which the Porter Republican filed after learning of a constituent’s struggles to protect her image and […]
“This is an exciting opportunity for Oklahoma to help get more certified teachers in the classroom this fall and help shrink classroom sizes.”