Glenn Coffee & Associates staff works diligently to stay up-to-date on government rules and regulations, attending dozens of agency, board and commission meetings each year. Our newsletter shares the latest in ethics and administrative rules, and commentary on how it will affect your business.

Apr 9, 2020

After a recess of almost three weeks, the Oklahoma Legislature on April 6 opened a new special session and reconvened the 2020 regular session.
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Apr 9, 2020

While other states that had elections scheduled for April 7 postponed them or shifted to election by mail, Wisconsin proceeded after several days of legal and political drama.
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Apr 9, 2020

A federal court in New Jersey has permanently enjoined a law that would have compelled disclosure of big donors to nonprofit groups engaged in political activity.
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Apr 9, 2020

Everything about traditional campaigns and elections – door-knocking, fundraising, get-out-the-vote efforts, voting, tabulating and disseminating results – involves person-to-person contact.
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Mar 18, 2020

On March 16, the Legislature modified several procedures and deadlines in response to the COVID-19 crisis.
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Mar 18, 2020

The list of office-holders who have filed a statement of organization for a campaign committee with the Ethics Commission offers a preview of people likely to file for office.
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Mar 18, 2020

U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe has announced his re-election bid, with his television and social media ads immediately taking off.
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Mar 18, 2020

As of now, the candidate filing period for federal, state and county elections remains April 8-10.
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Feb 20, 2020

In January, the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the case of Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue. The case relates to a state tax credit program to create scholarships at private schools, and it could affect Oklahoma law.
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Feb 20, 2020

On a 5-4 decision, the Oklahoma Supreme Court found Senate Bill 608 from the 2019 legislative session unconstitutional. The case was The Institute for Responsible Alcohol Policy v. State ex rel. Alcoholic Beverage Laws Enforcement Commission.
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