With the Oklahoma Senate Health Chair refusing to hear a strong abortion bill, the topic is passionate for several conservatives.
Oklahoma's conservative state government is still avoiding a challenge to the new US Supreme Court. With 2 new court justices and perhaps another 2 possible vacancies, this is the time for a sensible challenge which reflects our respect for all innocent human life. But our legislature is at an impasse about SB13 and whether any legitimate grounds for abortion are constitutional.
If there ever was a free agent politician in American politics, it surely has to be Bill Weld. William Weld was once a liberal Republican governor from Massachusetts. But he wanted to be a part of Bill Clinton's administration.
Then he decided to be a Libertarian Candidate for vice president, but we found out he still had a crush on the Clintons. Now he wants to challenge Trump for the Republican presidential nomination.
The State Senate wants to take a sensible school rule for children, and make it into a criminal statute for every adult. This law will prohibit adults from having their medicine with them while at community events at local schools
The Oklahoma senate decided to act more like a big state school board, this week. They passed a law against medical vaping devices on all school property at any time by anyone, including guests on the campus.
It is unconscionable that our own govt. should deprive us of our most basic rights, then have the audacity to charge us a fee for the temporary restoration of them.
The Oklahoma House hits one out of the park, this week. Passing Constitutional carry by a wide margin. This legislation corrects a grievous denial of our constitutional right of self defense, which specifically includes the right to both keep & bear arms. We join several other nearby states who have already affirmed these same rights.
With a loosely written state question, and questionable emergency rules, the legislature needed to strike a good balance in our medical marijuana law. This week they rolled out a solid document for Oklahoma's patients.
The Bicameral interim study group spent a great deal of time, this summer & fall to determine what the best and most needed reforms should be. And this week they passed an omnibus reform package for the 2 legislative chambers to vote on. At the end of this summer, the emergency rules created by the Health Dept. will expire.
District Attorney Mike Fisher is trying to find a graceful way to 'declare victory & get out of Viet Nam". He put Oklahoma in a constitutional violation of Kentucky & Colorado by his tyrannical and 'ignunt' legal action against the interstate transport of industrial hemp. We'll also talk about; Fisher's Hemp Fiasco
- The Stitt Vision For Oklahoma - Don't Vape Me, Bro! - The Omnibus Marijuana Bill - A New Set of Republican Party Leaders
District Attorney Mike Fisher is trying to find a graceful way to 'declare victory & get out of Viet Nam". He put Oklahoma in a constitutional violation of Kentucky & Colorado by his tyrannical and 'ignunt' legal action against the interstate transport of industrial hemp. He just released the truckers on their own recognisance. But the trial date is still on.
This past week, Gov. Kevin Stitt told a joint session of the Oklahoma legislature what he'd like to see in the next state budget. He also promoted some legal reforms and other priorities for moving the state forward.
Senator JJ Dossett is attempting to turn the Oklahoma legislature into a giant school board, not because the 500+ real school boards are already doing their job, but because the tobacco industry wants to put a stop to the vaping trend among adults.
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