08/18/14 02:27 PM
OKLAHOMA CITY (Legal Newsline) – An Oklahoma federal judge has granted summary judgment for three defendants in a take-home asbestos exposure case, concluding two box manufacturing companies and a boiler manufacturer did not owe a duty of care to a former plant supervisor’s wife. In a series of...
08/15/14 11:17 PM
By Rick M. Green, Capitol Bureau Backers of medical marijuana in Oklahoma say they appear to have fallen short of their goal of collecting enough voter signatures to put the issue on the November ballot. Tulsa-based Oklahomans for Health submitted signed petitions Friday to the Oklahoma...
08/14/14 11:16 PM
By Rick M. Green, Capitol Bureau The U.S. Defense Department has cut red tape in a program that gives surplus military vehicles to rural fire departments, Sen. Read more on NewsOK.
08/02/14 11:00 PM
By Jaclyn Cosgrove, Staff Writer John Thorson used to have no patience for panhandlers or people living on the street. “Get a job,” he would think. Thorson had a good job working construction — until he broke his neck. Read more on NewsOK.
08/02/14 09:40 AM
Chris Casteel All five U.S. House members from Oklahoma, all Republicans, voted for legislation Friday night to address the tens of thousands of Central Americans _ many of them minors _ streaming across the nation’s southern border. The Republican legislation would provide more money for...
07/29/14 09:26 AM
BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A lawsuit that challenges a new state law that sets Oklahoma’s tax on oil and natural gas production is headed to the Oklahoma Supreme Court. A Supreme Court referee is scheduled to hear oral presentations Tuesday in the lawsuit filed by Oklahoma City attorney Jerry...
By Becket Adams | 07/21/14 05:33 PM
Illegal immigration in the U.S. has in recent years been the topic of very, very heated debate, one side arguing that the rule of law must be observed while the other argues that the rules should be eased for those who are already here illegally.
By Mark Tapscott | 07/11/14 08:45 AM
President Obama has delayed making a decision on whether to approve construction of the northern leg of the proposed Keystone XL pipeline for nearly six years. Meanwhile, the recently completed southern leg of the pipeline has pumped billions of dollars into the regional economy.
By Spencer Brown | 07/10/14 05:39 PM
"What are they trying to hide?" the Oklahoma Republican asked in a recent Facebook post. He's criticized HHS for restrictions on media touring Fort Sill's immigrant holding facilities.
By Becket Adams | 07/08/14 11:00 AM
Rep. Jim Bridenstine, R-Okla., is urging reporters and news crews to ignore media guidelines laid out by the Department of Health and Human Services in a recent invite to tour a holding facility for underage illegal immigrants in the Sooner State.
By Byron York | 08/18/14
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