National media stories about meat shortages in the U.S. have been troublesome to say the very least.
We are all here on this earth but a very short period of time in a universe that has a timeline none of us could possibly relate to.
The governor this week shared a three-phased approach to reopen Oklahoma businesses and start the process of restoring the state’s economy starting April 24.
Last week I took part in a subcommittee hearing that was really a first for Oklahoma— in order to protect the safety of all involved, we’ve begun the process of holding committee meetings virtually. When we were last at the Capitol on April 6, we had voted to suspend certain rules to enable virtual committee meetings and meetings of the full Senate to help limit potential spread of COVID-19. All of these meetings will be live-streamed on the Senate website at www.oksenate.gov enabling the public to continue to follow all official actions in committee or by the full chamber.
The COVID-19 Pandemic has turned the whole world upside down, as governments both in the U.S. and around the globe begin planning a return to a “new normal,” many questions are still unanswered.