Prosperity

Across the Prairie

2016 AFP OKLAHOMA AGENDA

6 KEY FOCUS AREAS

LIMITED GOVERNMENT AND SPENDING

RIGHT-SIZE STATE GOVERNMENT We believe that prosperity is created by people, and not government. The larger government grows, the less individuals are able to enjoy personal liberty and opportunity. For

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ENERGY

PROTECT OKLAHOMANS FROM THE EPA’S OVERREACH President Obama’s radical environmental agenda will cost Oklahoma jobs and will force struggling families to pay higher utility bills. We will support legislation to

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EDUCATION

EMPOWER PARENTS WITH MORE OPTIONS FOR THEIR CHILD Every child is different. Parents should have the ability to choose the education that they believe best fits their child. We will

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HEALTHCARE

REDUCE COSTS & EXPAND ACCESS TO CARE We are launching the effort to reform Oklahoma’s Certificate of Need (CON) laws to reduce artificially high costs and to increase the availability of

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TAXES

PROTECT OKLAHOMA TAXPAYERS Oklahomans work hard. They deserve to keep more of the money they earn. We will fight to stop any efforts to reverse Oklahoma’s recent income tax cut. Lawmakers should

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LABOR

REMOVE BARRIERS TO OPPORTUNITY FOR OKLAHOMA WORKERS Burdensome regulations kill jobs. Overbearing occupational licensing laws not only prevent entrepreneurs from being able to start their own business, but they often

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ENDORSE THE AGENDA

We can keep Oklahoma one of the nation’s best places to live, work and raise a family. But lawmakers need to know that we need reform. This can’t happen overnight though. But with enough voices, we can make politicians listen. Sign here to endorse the Prosperity Across the Prairie agenda!
  • PAULA R signed this petition on 02/25/2017
  • KIM D signed this petition on 10/31/2016
  • HANNAH M signed this petition on 04/21/2016
  • JOANN B signed this petition on 03/23/2016
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BLOG POSTS

IN THE NEWS: Oklahoma governor's licensing review a welcome development

By The Oklahoman Editorial Board GOV. Mary Fallin has called for review of Oklahoma’s occupational licensing laws with the goal of eliminating and reducing unnecessary regulation. That’s welcome news that

IN THE NEWS: Governor forms group to attack ‘burdensome regulation’

By Rick Green, The Oklahoman A task force headed by state Labor Commissioner Melissa Houston will examine occupational licensing in Oklahoma with the idea of cutting through regulations that can

IN THE NEWS: Oklahoma Governor Wants Scrutiny of ‘Unnecessary and Burdensome’ Licensing

By Eric Boehm, Reason.com  Policymakers in Oklahoma are undertaking a review of the state’s occupational licensing laws to determine whether they are protecting the general public or creating a barrier

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