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Maybe they needed a celebrity - say, someone like Wayne Newton - to make their pitch.
The author of legislation asking voters to decide whether to fund storm shelters in public schools has failed to get it out of an Oklahoma House committee.
Voters would be asked to alter the way the Oklahoma Legislature considers budget bills and other matters in legislation that has been passed by a state House committee.
A House panel has approved a resolution by newly elected Republican House Speaker Jeff Hickman to abolish a committee established by his predecessor.
Supporters of a referendum granting driving privileges to people who can't prove they're legally in the United States are trying to rewrite the official summary that will appear on the ballots in November.
The sponsor of a bill that would allow municipalities to post certain public notices online rather than in newspapers said Tuesday that he asked that the bill be pulled from the House floor to protect his colleagues.
A bill that would allow municipalities to post certain public notices online rather than in newspapers got kicked back to the House Rules Committee.
A panel of the Oklahoma House says it's time for voters to consider whether the state needs a new constitution: the current version is one of the world's longest governing documents and includes a declaration that the flashpoint of kerosene is 115 degrees Fahrenheit.
A state lawmaker wants voters to decide whether to call a constitutional convention to consider possible changes to Oklahoma's Constitution.