Legislative update: Happy Easter OSHBA Members!

Posted on April 4, 2015 by Mike Means
The Senate followed tradition and went home on Wednesday of this week. The House worked Wednesday for the morning and then adjourned for the week. That allowed me to get this report to you just a little earlier than usual. We have another deadline ...
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HB 1828 - Builder Registration Talking Points

Posted on March 25, 2015 by Mike Means
By Mike Means OSHBA Executive Vice President Think of the beginning of a construction project - residential or commercial Land - Surveyor, Engineer - licensed Architect - licensed Plumbing, Electrical, Mechanical subcontract...
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OSHBA asks lawmakers to oversee builders

Posted on March 25, 2015 by By Carol Hartzog Communications
Editor's note: Our thanks for Richard Mize and The Oklahoman for recognizing the importance of the OSHBA effort with this article: Home builders come together to meet and greet legislators on the eve of Senate committee consideration of the stat...
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Legislative Update: Registration bill alive

Posted on March 16, 2015 by Mike Means
Hello HBA Members: Hope you are having a fun Spring Break. This week looks to be fairly slow because of it at the Capitol. Our Registration Bill -- HB 1828 --- was reconsidered and passed late last week. Now it is on to the Senate. I have a...
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Legislative update: Registration bill voted down

Posted on March 8, 2015 by Mike Means
Hello HBA Members;Another week of the session is down. One more week until another deadline is here.Week didn't end well as our Registration bill was voted down. We will try to resurrect and get reconsideration early next week to keep it alive. Some issue...
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State of the State subdued -- why?

Posted on February 8, 2015 by Mike Means
Hello HBA Members! Mike Means Last week saw the official beginning of the 55th Legislative Session. As usual, it began with the Governor's State of the State speech. Unlike the past few years, the Governor's speech did not have the usual "ap...
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