The Senate Bill deadline week ended April 22nd, but the busy session continues. I was excited and honored to see many familiar faces this past week as well as meeting new ones.
Roads and bridges are a legitimate use of taxpayers’ money.
Congratulations Billie Roane on being appointed to the Bartlesville City Council! http://m.bartlesvilleradio.com/pages/news/291332021/roane-appointed-to-ward-4-council-seat
Miss Pendleton was named the Youth of the Year by the Boys and Girls Club of Oklahoma. I wish her well as she represents the clubs of Oklahoma at the national level!
Competing in speech communications is an excellent opportunity for these local students. Congratulations!
It was fun to have a friend as Nurse of the Day at the Capitol.
If you’re not proud of what you do,
You won’t amount to much.
You’ll bounce around from job to job
Just slightly out of touch.
-exerpt by cowboy poet Red Steagall https://www.texasmonthly.com/articles/the-fence-that-me-and-shorty-built/
Dr. Piper visited with members of the House this week.
We voted on HB1775 this week which is a bill preventing Oklahoma teachers from instructing students that they are inherently racist.
Check out Dr. Piper’s new book: https://www.amazon.com/Grow-Up-Life-Isnt-Safe/dp/1684510910