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The 27th and current Governor of the U.S. state of Oklahoma, serving since 2011.
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ENG: Mary Fallin (born December 9, 1954) is the 27th Governor of the U.S. state of Oklahoma. She is a former U.S. Representative for Oklahoma's 5th congressional district, serving from 2007 until 2011.She is the second woman elected to the United States Congress from Oklahoma and the first since 1921 when Alice Mary Robertson was elected to Congress and served for one term from 1921 to 1923. She was the first Republican and first woman to serve as Lieutenant Governor of Oklahoma. She served in that post from 1995 to 2007. She is also the first woman to serve as Governor in the state of Oklahoma. Early life Fallin's mother and father both served terms as mayor of Tecumseh, where she was born and raised. Now a resident of Oklahoma City, she has long made the Fifth District her home. A ...
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Aerospace Industry Soaring in Oklahoma


Since Oklahoman Wiley Post made aerospace history as the first pilot to fly solo around the world in 1933, Oklahoma has been internationally known as an important aerospace hub. The industry is an integral part of the state's fabric and a vital part of Oklahoma's economy and culture. With more than 500 aerospace-related companies doing business in Oklahoma and 150,000 workers supported by the industry, aerospace accounts for 10 percent of the state's economy. In addition, Oklahoma's aerospace industry has an industrial output that exceeds $12 billion and $60.6 million in state sales tax ...


Gov. Mary Fallin signed bill to ease prison crowding


Gov. Mary Fallin on Wednesday signed what she called landmark corrections reform legislation. House Bill 2131 increases the number of offenders eligible for electronic monitoring and community sentencing programs. In Oklahoma, it costs about $3.50 a day for community sentencing, $4.75 for electronic monitoring and about $56 a day for incarceration. The measure modifies the governor's role in the parole process for nonviolent offenders. If the governor does not take action within 30 days of the recommendation from the Pardon and Parole Board in cases of low-risk, nonviolent offenders, the ...


Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin expected to sign eligibility bill


When a school of sharks wants to go after a whale, each shark simply takes a bite out of the side of the whale until the whale bleeds to death. When it comes to the eligibility issue there are some fifteen sharks (states) going after the whale (Obama White house). The sharks are circling all around this Obama whale. There are the Obamacare lawsuits comprising of some 30 states. There are the immigration lawsuits in Arizona. There are also the new union law reforms which started in Wisconsin being enacted in the states as well representing a feeding frenzy and savaging the White house flanks. ...


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Gov. Fallin Champions Reform Efforts at Workers' Compensation Commission Educational Conference
NORMAN - Governor Mary Fallin today announced results of various workers’ compensation reforms passed in 2013. The governor highlighted the significant reduction in time delays of claims for injured workers to receive health care benefits, a reduction in injured-worker case filings, decreasing costs of insurance premiums, and efficiencies at the Workers’ Compensation Commission (WCC). The percentage of cases going to trial has dramatically decreased, with the majority of cases being diverted from costly and time-consuming litigation, Fallin said. She made the comments while addressing the Fourth Annual Oklahoma Workers’ Compensation Educational Conference, held at the Embassy Suites Hotel & Conference Center in Norman, and presented by the
Gov. Fallin Statement on Special Session
OKLAHOMA CITY – Governor Mary Fallin today issued the following statement on the special session of the Oklahoma Legislature:   “As we end week three of the special session, I am disappointed in the lack of progress. Even though the Capitol will be closed next week because the electrical infrastructure will be replaced as part of the building’s renovation, we will continue to work to find agreement on addressing the objectives before us. “We must see progress in filling the $215 million budget hole with reoccurring revenue and funding a pay raise for teachers. Every day that
Gov. Fallin Statement on State Budget Negotiations
OKLAHOMA CITY – Governor Mary Fallin today issued the following statement on state budget negotiations:   “Our state is facing serious budget challenges. It’s important to have thoughtful, honest negotiations with all parties. Let me just start out by stating bluntly – there is no budget deal. First off, if I had reached a budget deal, I would have announced it. House Minority Leader Scott Inman had a meeting yesterday with my senior staff for budget talks, as we have had with the other parties involved. I’ve been working to bring parties together. Any reference to him and me striking a deal must be clarified.
Gov. Fallin Names Dana Kuehn to Court of Criminal Appeals
OKLAHOMA CITY – Governor Mary Fallin today announced the appointment of Judge Dana Kuehn to the Court of Criminal Appeals. Kuehn, of Tulsa, succeeds Judge Clancy Smith. Kuehn, a former prosecutor, has served as a Tulsa County associate district judge since 2006, where she presides over civil litigation. Before moving to handle civil cases in 2009, she presided over criminal felony cases, including two death-penalty cases. Altogether, she has 17 years of trial experience in the criminal and civil divisions in Tulsa County District Court. Since 2001, she has served as an adjunct professor of law at the University of Tulsa College of



 
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