Thursday, February 27 marked the deadline for Senate committees to vote on bills that started out in this chamber. By the time we hit that deadline, our committees had sent more than 400 bills on to the full Senate.
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Official Census Bureau mail, with detailed information on how to respond to the 2020 Census online, by phone or by mail, will start showing up in mailboxes across Oklahoma and the United States in March and responses are vitally important to our state receiving its share of federal dollars.
Feb. 27 was the date by which all bills had to be passed in committee in order to stay active this session. Consequently, that meant House committees heard hundreds of bills this past week. Here is a look at a few that passed.
Our nation’s forefathers and each and every one of our respective ancestors must be less than impressed with us right now.
I passed both of my bills dealing with dyslexia out of the House Common Education Committee this week with votes of 17-0 on each.