Barbara Hoberock

Capitol Bureau Writer

Bio

Barbara has covered the statehouse since 1994. She covers politics, appellate courts and state agencies. She has worked for the Tulsa World since 1990. Phone: 405-528-2465

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Barbara Hoberock

Doug: The Oklahoma House has said it will not take that one up.

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Peter Henry: Her testimony indicated that she brought the concerns to her supervisors several times.

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Dianna Smith: When the OTA sells bonds, they are borrowing money from those who purchase the bonds. That money is then repaid with tolls they collect.

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The legislation passed last session. Gov. Mary Fallin signed it. The legislature will not be voting on it again, unless there is something filed to repeal it.

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Jim: Lou Kerr abstained. Leia Laird voted no.

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Charles: The state in the appeal is represented by Attorney General Scott Pruitt. At trial, the state was represented by the Oklahoma County District Attorney's office. David Prater currently holds that post. We have posted the court's order which explains its reasoning in granting the stay.…

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Rick: Attorney General Scott Pruitt's office has said their attorneys are on salary and do not bill hourly. Therefore, they can not provide a total.

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John: The deadline to file was 5 p.m. Wednesday. Brogdon did not file to run for his old Senate seat.

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Jack: State law says it goes to the General Revenue Fund.

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Barbara Hoberock commented on State lawmakers reach budget agreement

Kathy: The statements were made by Hickman after his caucus meeting. I have yet to see a release on it. The bills are in the works.