Commentary Chris Smith
In May 2009, Sen. Glenn Coffee and fellow legislators announced the
passing of a comprehensive lawsuit reform package. Everyone lauded its
passage. Why then are Republicans back again with more legislation on
the same issue?
A program to promote better hydration and conservation finds a home in the metro.
Encouraging more water consumption and less waste, the YMCA of Greater
Oklahoma City has partnered with Transition OKC and the Sierra Club to
bring the TapIt program to Oklahoma, making clean tap water accessible
to the community.
Letters to the Editor Hal Stevens
has a habit of phrasing proposals in a way that sounds reasonable. A
good example of this is the Marketplace Fairness Act (MFA), which is
neither fair nor affordable, nor easily implementable.