Demystify Oklahoma’s policy process with the 2016 Legislative Primer

LegislativePrimer2016How many bills made it into law last year? What do legislators get paid? Who’s in Governor Fallin’s cabinet? As the 2016 Oklahoma Legislative session gets underway, our newly updated Legislative Primer will answer these questions and more.

Whether you are a veteran advocate, a complete novice to Oklahoma politics, or anyone in between, the 2016 Legislative Primer will provide you invaluable information in a concise, user-friendly format. You are welcome to download, print, and distribute the Legislative Primer to anyone who may need it to figure out what’s happening at the Capitol. We also invite you to check out “What’s That?”, our online glossary of more than 50 terms related to Oklahoma politics and government, from “Ad-Valorem Tax” to “Woolly-Booger.”

We hope these tools will help to empower your advocacy for a better Oklahoma. If you have any questions or suggestions for ways we can better inform Oklahomans, let us know.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Gene Perry worked for OK Policy from 2011 to 2019. He is a native Oklahoman and a citizen of the Cherokee Nation. He graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a B.A. in history and an M.A. in journalism.

3 thoughts on “Demystify Oklahoma’s policy process with the 2016 Legislative Primer

  1. The ways you can better inform Oklahomans is by educating about the actual issues, and how Oklahomans are being systematically blocked from recognizing or realizing what the state is doing to their own vs. the Federal Government. Need to have forums that explain the truth especially about Medicaid Expansion, affordable quality healthcare, and access for all Oklahomans. It’s imperative that Oklahomans become knowledgeable about the issues that directly affect them, versus the propaganda that places blame on the wrong entities.

  2. We, the good people of Oklahoma, do not treat our loved ones, friends, neighbors or fellow citizens the way many of our elected officials (through their policy choices) in the state legislature now treat us. We can do better. We must. The OK Policy Group will help us get there.

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