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Muscogee Creek Nation recently repealed a law guaranteeing freedom of the press. The tribe backtracked just before the new year, but free press proponents suffered another setback late Friday when P rincipal Chief James Floyd vetoed legislation that would have restored the independence of tribally-funded Mvskoke Media. The start of the New Year is a good time to remember the basis for our work as journalists: The First Amendment to the U.

In only 45 words, the First Amendment establishes freedom of religion, speech and the press, the right to assemble and the right to petition the government. In essence, it means the press has a right to publish with limited restrictions imposed by law, without government censorship. Also known as HR 1, symbolically their first legislation, it is a page compendium of existing problems and proposed solutions in four political hot zones: Twenty-nineteen means a new governor for Oklahoma and a fresh class of state legislators — nearly 40 percent of whom have zero political experience.

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It preserves the history of Oklahoma from prehistoric Native American tribes to the present day. The west wing of the Capitol houses the Oklahoma House of Representatives chamber and offices. The east wing houses the Oklahoma Senate chamber and offices. The ceremonial office of the governor is located on the second floor.

Elected state officials such as the state auditor and inspector, state treasurer, and state attorney general have offices on the first floor. The building also contains a museum, a cafeteria, and a barber shop. Several large paintings by Wayne Cooper are on display in the building.

Many of them depict the early heritage and oil history of the state. The Senate lobby includes a 6 by 10 feet 1. This design decision attracted some criticism at the time, and in state representative Eric Proctor attempted to pass legislation replacing the names with those of Oklahomans who had received the Congressional Medal of Honor.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. National Register of Historic Places. Ten Commandments Monument Oklahoma City. Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History and Culture. Land Run of Guthrie Oklahoma Chamber of Commerce. Archived from the original on Retrieved September 11, Oklahoma State Capitol Dome. Archived from the original on January 14, Retrieved May 3,

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