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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Scott Pruitt
An Oklahoma County district judge ruled Monday that she would not delay the executions of two death row inmates scheduled for later this month while the inmates challenge the state over the origins of the drugs used to carry out the death penalty.
Two Oklahoma death row inmates scheduled to be executed next month sued state corrections officials Wednesday for details about the drugs that will be used to execute them, including their source.
The attorney general's office abused its discretion by rewriting a ballot title for a petition to place storm shelters in Oklahoma public schools, a lawyer for the initiative's supporters told the state Supreme Court on Tuesday.
Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt has asked a federal judge to strike down a regulation that is part of the federal health care overhaul law.
A federal judge says Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt can intervene in the settlement of a lawsuit between the Environmental Protection Agency and an environmental group over emission standards in Oklahoma and other states.
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.
Oklahoma's attorney general has filed a brief in support of Hobby Lobby as its challenge to a portion of the Affordable Care Act moves forward at the U.S. Supreme Court.
Oklahoma has no plans to review its lethal injection protocol even though two inmates executed this month complained as the drugs began to flow through their bodies.
Attorney General Scott Pruitt says the former adjutant general of the Oklahoma American Legion Headquarters has been charged with embezzlement.
Oklahoma's multicounty grand jury has reconvened for three days of meetings in Oklahoma City.
U.S. District Judge Terrence Kern handed down the ruling Tuesday in a lawsuit filed by two same-sex couples. Kern's ruling was immediately stayed pending appeal, meaning gay marriages won't immediately happen in Oklahoma.
A federal judge struck down Oklahoma's gay marriage ban Tuesday, but headed off any rush to the altar by setting aside his order while state and local officials complete an appeal.
Attorney General Scott Pruitt is seeking execution dates for two Oklahoma death row inmates who have exhausted their state and federal appeals.
Eight states Wednesday sued the Environmental Protection Agency over what they say is the agency's lax regulation of emissions from wood-burning heaters, the latest in a battle that's pitting red states against blue states over how much influence interest groups wield at the agency.
Given Tuesday's results, it's unlikely Obamacare can be stopped at the federal level. Polls show a majority wants to see the health care takeover law repealed, but the path to accomplish this goal just became a lot more complicated.
"This lawsuit is another attempt by two convicted murders to buy more time to circumvent the judgment of a jury and the will of the people of Oklahoma. They are not innocent citizens who deserve our sympathy," Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt said in a statement.
"They have tried this case in the press," he said. "I think those tactics backfired on them big time."