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Topic - Oklahoma Supreme Court
The Supreme Court of Oklahoma is one of the two highest judicial bodies in the U.S. state of Oklahoma and leads the Oklahoma Court System, the judicial branch of the government of Oklahoma. - Source: Wikipedia
A federal judge ruled Friday that a lawsuit filed by two Oklahoma death row inmates seeking information on the drugs that will be used in their executions scheduled for later this month should be heard in state court.
The earliest Oklahoma taxpayers could see a drop in the state's top income tax rate would be 2016, and then only if certain revenue collections increase, under a bill approved on Thursday in the state Senate.
Oklahoma Republican legislative leaders unveiled new proposals on Wednesday to cut the state's income tax, but not until certain levels of revenue growth are reached.
The Oklahoma Supreme Court on Tuesday reinstated a lawsuit that challenges the state's voter ID law, ruling that the Tulsa County resident who filed it has legal standing to challenge the law's constitutionality.
Two measures to further restrict abortion in Oklahoma easily cleared a House committee on Tuesday over the objection of outnumbered Democrats who argue the bills are unnecessary.
An Oklahoma House panel approved legislation Tuesday to require abortion providers to notify women whose fetuses have fatal conditions that perinatal hospice services are available as an alternative to an abortion.
The mothers of two Moore schoolchildren who were killed in last year's tornado have filed a lawsuit accusing Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin of violating the state's open records law.
Gov. Mary Fallin renewed her call for a cut in the state's income tax rate and asked legislators to approve a bond issue to help repair the state Capitol Monday during her fourth State of the State speech.
Here are five things to know about the 2014 session of the Oklahoma Legislature, which begins Monday with Gov. Mary Fallin's delivery of her fourth State of the State address to the Oklahoma people, legislators, statewide elected officials and members of the Oklahoma Supreme Court.
Oklahoma's multicounty grand jury has reconvened for three days of meetings in Oklahoma City.
The Oklahoma Supreme Court has decided to hear arguments from attorneys involved in a lawsuit over an initiative petition that would ask voters to decide a $500 million bond issue to pay for storm shelters in public schools.
In a pair of closely watched abortion cases, the Supreme Court Monday received an appeal to block key provisions of a new Texas law restricting abortions, while the judges declined without comment to hear a case seeking to revive restrictions on abortion-inducing drugs.
The United States Supreme Court won’t be slowing down in its next term, even after historic decisions highlighted its last round of cases.
Pro-life forces have legislative momentum across the country heading into 2013, but pro-choice supporters also see plenty of opportunities to win in and out of the courts, as the nation's political clash over abortion rights shows no signs of easing ahead of the 40th anniversary this month of the Supreme Court's Roe v. Wade decision.
The Supreme Court on Monday declined to take up a lawsuit over an Oklahoma "personhood" amendment that sought to grant state constitutional protections to human embryos starting at conception, but pro-life advocates say the issue is far from over.