Budget Briefing: Oklahoma Legislative Candidates Break State Law by Accepting Corporate Money Directly
Oklahoma Candidates Accept Corporate Contributions, Afoul of State Law – “A review of campaign finance data from the Oklahoma Ethics Commission turned up a number of candidates who have accepted donations directly from corporations, something prohibited by state law.” NewsOK.com
Oklahoma City Again Posts Lowest Jobless Rate – “It was the sixth straight month that Oklahoma City’s rate has been the lowest among the nation’s 49 largest cities, according to figures issued Tuesday by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.” NewsOK.com
Enid, And Other Military Communities, Brace for Defense Cuts – “Experts aren’t even sure how either presidential candidate could unilaterally stop the cuts, since President Obama signed the sequester passed through the House and Senate.” KOSU Radio
Oklahoma Corrections Board to Seek $67 Million Budget Increase – “The Board of Corrections indicated Tuesday that it will ask lawmakers for millions of dollars to implement a highly touted criminal justice reform package passed last session.” Tulsa World
A Taxing Question – “Those on both sides of State Question 766, which would limit taxes on intangible property such as software applications, say its fate could have dire consequences statewide.” Oklahoma Gazette
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