By ANDREW W. GRIFFIN
Oklahoma Watchdog, editor
Posted: June 4, 2010
OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma voters will have the opportunity to increase the amount of money in the state’s constitutional – or Rainy Day – fund following a House vote that approved the measure.
According to news reports, the House voted 91-8 this past Friday – the final day [...]
OKLAHOMA CITY — Attorney General Drew Edmondson, running as a Democrat in this year’s gubernatorial election, spoke with Oklahoma Watchdog this past week about the report featured here headlined “Spending leaves Oklahoma broke as revenue drops.”
“I’m not surprised,” Edmondson said of the report and the findings that showed Oklahoma in rough financial waters. “The recession [...]
OKLAHOMA CITY – More than $360,000 intended for weatherization of low-income homes instead bought seven high-end pickup trucks.
The federal American Recovery and Reinvestment Act money from the U.S. Department of Energy went to the Oklahoma Department of Commerce.
Oklahoma For Responsible Government reported the purchases this week.
The OFRG investigation revealed that the grant – linked through [...]