I think we’ve all learned to be a little bit hesitant when we hear the phrase the check is in the mail, but this time it is true. Checks are being delivered to Oklahomans as we speak. These IRS economic impact, or stimulus, payments are meant to help during the shutdown caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Last week marked the 25th anniversary of the Oklahoma City Bombing. At least 168 people lost their lives, more than 650 were injured, and over 300 buildings were either damaged or destroyed.
On Monday, after nearly three weeks of conducting meetings and briefings remotely, we returned to the Capitol for a special session to consider the governor’s emergency medical declaration.
Normally, if I write “Legislature meets” in mid-April, many would think, yes, and what’s newsworthy about that? These are much different days.
Gov. Kevin Stitt continues to confuse and dismay both supporters and foes alike this year.