Oklahoma Lt. Governor Todd Lamb was on Wednesday’s K101 Morning Show, as the Legislature is in its regular session.
Oklahoma state senate candidate Amber Jensen (D-Woodward) joined Tuesday’s K101 Morning Show. Jensen will face Casey Murdock (R-Felt) in the February 13 election to fill the vacant state senate seat in District 27.
Oklahoma U.S. Congressman Frank Lucas joined Thursday’s “K101 Morning Show”.
Oklahoma U.S. Senator James Lankford appeared on Thursday’s “K101 Morning Show”.
PRESS RELEASE Governor Mary Fallin today issued an executive order formally calling for a special session of the Oklahoma Legislature for lawmakers to address immediate budget issues facing the Oklahoma Health Care Authority, while continuing negotiations on long-term budget solutions. The governor recommended lawmakers address funding the Oklahoma Health Care Authority to avoid provider rate
On Thursday’s K101 Morning Show, both Oklahoma U.S. Senators, James Lankford and Jim Inhofe appeared to talk about a variety of topics. Sen. Lankford talked about tax reform, the FBI and the To-Do list for Congress before Christmas. Sen. Inhofe discussed North Korea, missile defense and net neutrality and the tax bill.
In a winner-take-all Republican primary Tuesday, Rep. Casey Murdock of Felt won 33 percent of the vote to win the nomination in a field with five other candidates. Murdock, who currently represents District 61 in the Oklahoma House, will meet Amber Jensen, the lone Democrat, in the General Election on Tuesday, Feb. 13. Amber Jensen
Oklahoma Lt. Governor Todd Lamb joined Wednesday’s “K101 Morning Show” to talk about the budget, the upcoming second special legislative session and more.
If you missed Tuesday night’s debate at High Plains Technology Center with the candidates running for the state senate seat in District 27, you can watch the replay right here.
In a 54-43 vote, the proposed revenue package introduced by Gov. Mary Fallin and GOP leaders failed to garner the 3/4 majority vote needed to pass in the Oklahoma House of Representatives. The proposed package would’ve place a $1.50 tax on a pack of cigarettes, a six-cent fuel tax increase, tax revisions on alcoholic beverages,