Now Available: The 2011 Legislative Overview – your program and playbook for the legislative session

Do you know who chairs the Senate Appropriations committee? Who serves as Governor Fallin’s Secretary of Energy? When the deadline is for passing bills out of their original chamber? How much money there is in the Rainy Day Fund? The answers to these questions – and more! – are now available from OK Policy’s fully updated 2011 Oklahoma Legislative and Budget Process Overview.

If you follow Oklahoma legislative issues, the Overview will serve as a handy, informative reference guide, whether you are a veteran lawmaker or a novice advocate. We can honestly say that our Overview is the only resource that compiles updated 2011 information about such topics as legislative leadership, members of the Executive, and appropriations history in a single place. To take advantage of this unlimited time offer, just go to our website where the Overview can be viewed online or downloaded for the insanely low price of free – although should you wish to make a donation to help us continue to make resources like this available, we would certainly appreciate it.

We hope you find the Overview useful, and we hope you will stay informed and engaged over the course of the upcoming legislative session.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Former Executive Director David Blatt joined OK Policy in 2008 and served as its Executive Director from 2010 to 2019. He previously served as Director of Public Policy for Community Action Project of Tulsa County and as a budget analyst for the Oklahoma State Senate. He has a Ph.D. in political science from Cornell University and a B.A. from the University of Alberta. David has been selected as Political Scientist of the Year by the Oklahoma Political Science Association, Local Social Justice Champion by the Dan Allen Center for Social Justice, and Public Citizen of the Year by the National Association of Social Workers.

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