APACHE, OK — The general legal counsel for the Fort Sill Apache Tribe believes the 790 member tribe is collateral damage in a bigger conflict between the governor's office and the state tribes. With no tobacco compact, she said the cut in annual revenues is as hard to take as the perception of a lack of respect shown during negotiations. Read more
OKLAHOMA CITY — Three state Representatives have filed legislation to grant Oklahoma veterans a full tax exemption on retirement benefits they…
OKLAHOMA CITY — Rep. Eric Roberts, R-Oklahoma City, has filed three bills designed to make absentee ballot requests more secure and to facilitate earlier identification of voters who have moved or are now deceased.
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LAWTON, OK — Rep. Daniel Pae, R-Lawton, was recently appointed by House Speaker Charles McCall to the Fiscal Affairs & Government Operations Committee for the Southern Legislative Conference (SLC) of the Council of State Governments (CSG).
FORT SILL — With the passing of a saber, Chief Warrant Officer 5 Kenneth Pressley symbolically passed the responsibility of being the top technical expert in the Field Artillery to Chief Warrant Officer 5 Rolando Rios.
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