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Governor, officials tell Oklahomans to walk this way
Gov. Mary Fallin did more than tell state workers and others Wednesday to develop healthy habits. She led them on a walk around the state Capitol complex.
Governor Fallin Signs Tax Cut into Law
Governor Mary Fallin today signed into law a landmark income tax reduction bill. House Bill 2032 would cut the top income tax rate from 5.25 percent to 5.0 percent on January 1, 2015. It would cut the rate further, to 4.85 percent, in 2016. Once fully realized, the tax cut would pump $237 million into the private sector
Governor Mary Fallin and Legislative Leaders Announce Budget Deal
Governor Mary Fallin, House Speaker T.W. Shannon, Senate Pro Tem Brian Bingman and appropriations chairmen in the state Legislature today reached an agreement on a proposed budget for Fiscal Year 2014. The agreement outlines a fiscally conservative blueprint for state government, holding the line on spending for most agencies while providing targeted increases in resources for education, health, child welfare and infrastructure.
Fallin hits three homers in one week
It was a very good week for Gov. Mary Fallin.
Governor Mary Fallin to Address Legislators from Across the United States
Governor Mary Fallin will speak to hundreds of state legislators from across the country on Friday, May 3, at the American Legislative Exchange Council?s (ALEC) Spring Task Force Summit. The two-day summit will be held this year at the Cox Convention Center in Oklahoma City.
EDITORIAL: Agreement on workers' comp bill good news for Oklahoma
AFTER weeks of wrangling, Gov. Mary Fallin and legislative leaders have reached agreement on major agenda items.
Oklahoma House approves workers' compensation measure
A measure hailed as historic by the state's largest business group in its overhaul of Oklahoma's workers' compensation system is one legislative vote away from heading to the governor for final approval.
Governor Fallin, legislative leaders announce tax cut, other plans
Gov. Mary Fallin and legislative leaders on Tuesday announced an agreement to reduce the state's income tax to 5 percent from 5.25 percent in 2015.
Fallin, Legislative Leaders Announce Agreement on Tax Cuts, Workers' Compensation Reform and Pay-As-You-Go Infrastructure Plan
Governor Mary Fallin, Senate Pro Tem Brian Bingman and House Speaker T.W. Shannon today announced agreement and impending action on key legislative items, including income tax cuts, workers? compensation reform and a plan to address long-term infrastructure needs. Three bills were identified as having the support of both the governor and majorities in the House and Senate.
Governor Mary Fallin Statement on Oklahoma City Bombing Anniversary
Governor Mary Fallin today released the following statement on the 18th anniversary of bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building
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