interim studies

State Capitol
9:01 am
Thu June 5, 2014

Oklahoma House Members Want To Explore State Revenue

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Two House members have requested interim studies that would examine Oklahoma’s revenue streams. 

The requests come after Gov. Mary Fallin and her top budget advisor, Secretary of Finance, Administration and Information Services Preston Doerflinger, who serves as the governor’s top budget advisor, began stressing in December the impact allocation of state revenues to specific purposes has on General Revenue Fund collections.

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State Capitol
9:16 am
Wed July 31, 2013

Fraud, Enforcement Focus Of Roofing Legislative Study

Rep. Jon Echols (R-Oklahoma City)
Credit Oklahoma House of Representatives

Rep. Jon Echols said he plans to look at the strength of current Oklahoma roofing code, both by looking at existing regulations and how they are enforced, during an interim study.

“We’re going to bring in all parties, regulatory parties, the roofers, and any interested parties, and talk a little bit about what’s going on in the state and out of state with roofers following Oklahoma roofing code,” said Echols (R-Oklahoma City).

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State Capitol
5:20 pm
Wed June 26, 2013

Dialysis, E-Cigarettes, More Fill Senate Study Requests

State Sen. Kim David, R-Wagoner, has requested an interim study on how dialysis centers receive state certification.
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Senators requested a total of 55 interim studies by Friday’s deadline for submitting their proposals. ECapitol reports the proposed studies cover a variety of different issues.

Sen. Kim David, R-Wagoner, for example, requested a study of the certification process for dialysis centers, Interim Study Request 2013S-22.

Sen. Rob Johnson, R-Yukon, has requested a study of the taxes and youth access to e-cigarettes. Johnson was the author of one bill related to the issue during the legislative session and contributed language concerning the products for another bill, neither of which was approved.

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