Please urge the House Administrative Rules committee to vote YES on SB 299 that would strengthen the Oklahoma Advisory Council on Indian Education, which makes recommendations on supporting Native students to the state Department of Education. Learn more and take action.
Contact your Senator and ask them to vote NO on HB 1935. Oklahoma families value strong public schools, but HB 1935 would undermine our public schools by offering massive income tax cuts to wealthy households for enrolling their children in private schools or homeschooling them. HB 1935 would reward wealthy households for pulling their children […]
Together Oklahoma is excited to announce the 2022 Day of Action at the Capitol, an opportunity for Oklahomans to engage meaningfully with lawmakers and help everyday Oklahomans advocate for purposeful, actionable change. Register Today Together OK’s Day of Action will be held on Monday, May 2, 2022, on the second floor rotunda of the Oklahoma […]
House Bill 1564 bill would worsen Oklahoma’s current eviction crisis, do nothing to assist landlords, and put public health at risk now and in the future.
The House Appropriations and Budget Finance – Revenue and Taxation Subcommittee could soon consider House Bill 1639, which would increase the amount of the Oklahoma Earned Income Tax Credit many low-income working families receive when they file their tax return.
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!
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.
Oklahoma has the highest incarceration rate in the nation. This crisis impacts some communities more than others. Contact your state representative today and ask them to support HB 1855 (by Rep. Brian Hill). This bill would require community impact statements for criminal justice legislation. A community impact statement reveals a proposed bill’s impact on underserved communities and makes sure legislation wouldn’t unfairly impact marginalized populations.