People generally don’t care how something is done. They care about whether it works or not. Sometimes, though, how something is done is the important thing.
Beginning in 2014, the HIT will cost small businesses and their employees $102 billion in the first 10 years, and $208 billion over the next 10 years
Senate Bill 585 by Sen. Mike Mazzei, R-Tulsa, and Sen. Rick Brinkley, R-Owasso, would be fully effective in tax year 2015 and would cut income taxes by $250 million while actually enabling increased funding for core services, like education.
House Bill 2032 calls for a quarter-point reduction to personal income tax. The current tax rate is 5.25 percent, and this bill would bring the rate down to an even five percent.
The House Republican Caucus today unveiled their 2013 legislative agenda, which included a three-point plan addressing economic development, education reforms and infrastructure funding and maintenance.
In his acceptance speech following the vote, Speaker Shannon offered a glimpse of the Republican caucus agenda for the upcoming session, honing in on workers compensation reform, lowering the tax burden on hardworking Oklahomans and shoring up funding to maintain state assets.
The Oklahoma Arts Council has announced December 14 as the deadline to submit applications for its 2013 Leadership Arts program.
Newly elected and reelected members of the Oklahoma State Senate took the oath of office on Wednesday in the Senate chamber.
The State Capitol will be lit blue on November 14th in recognition of World Diabetes Day to raise awareness about the disease that affects thousands of Oklahomans each year.