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Throughout the country, efforts are being made to ensure Black communities are counted for the 2020 Census. As we approach this year’s Juneteenth celebration, we have a chance to do just that.
We need your help to ensure that Oklahomans can vote safely in the upcoming election. Please sign up to help notarize ballots for voters in your community for the June 30th election!
In honor of the 2020 Census, Together Oklahoma is hosting a Virtual Census Launch Party on Friday, April 3.
Join our growing team! Oklahoma Policy Institute seeks to hire a part-time field organizer for northeast Oklahoma to support the work of our grassroots advocacy citizen coalition, Together Oklahoma (TOK).
The 2019 legislative session has come to a close. Thanks to last year’s revenue package and a strong economy, the state budget is in a much stronger position. Teachers got a pay raise and our schools got a small funding boost. Nearly 1,000 people serving time for simple drug possession will have a chance to […]
Thousands of people now sit in our jails, sometimes for months before trial, simply because they’re unable to find the money to buy their freedom from a bail bond agent. This session legislators have a chance to correct that. SB 252, authored by Sen. Roger Thompson and Rep. Chris Kannady, will help end pretrial detention […]
The 2019 Legislative session is coming to a close and budget negotiations are in full swing. As lawmakers work on the budget for next year, they have a chance include a boost for working families by restoring the full-value of the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC). Write a letter to your legislators here. Take Action […]
Please contact members of the House Judiciary Committee and express your support for SB 252. This bill is on their agenda for tomorrow, April 2nd.