Legislative update

Posted on May 1, 2012 by Mike Means
Last week saw the next to last deadline pass in the Legislature. The only deadline left is sine die. Consequently, a few more bills pased to the wayside. Several bills we have supported or initiated have made it to the Governor and been signed. A f...
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Legislative update: Work continues on the floor of both houses

Posted on April 24, 2012 by Mike Means
First, a big thank you to all who responded to last week's Call to Action. Because of your efforts, SB 1475 overwhelmingly passed and is on its way to the Governor's desk. This bill will prevent an overreach by the courts to extend "bad faith" from ins...
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Action Needed - Support SB 1475

Posted on April 18, 2012 by Mike Means
The sanctity of our contracts and our warranties is under attack. Recent decisions by Oklahoma courts have begun to redefine that "bad faith" can extend beyond insurance to contracts and warranties. This puts our providers under an "insurance" category...
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Legislative update: Still watching the capital

Posted on April 16, 2012 by Mike Means
Here is your weekly legislative update. And yes, the legislature is still in session so things can be very scary! Don't forget to keep your doors and windows locked and your children closely guarded....as well as your checkbooks! After all, Monday is T...
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First Monday Memo: Talking issues, events, social media

Posted on April 10, 2012 by Mike Means
Brandon Perkins I enjoy the fact that serving you as your President of the Oklahoma State Home Builders Association causes me to wear many hats. Although, the last few weeks I feel as if I have been a "one trick pony" ........Build-PAC politics....
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Legislative update: Watching HB 2836

Posted on April 9, 2012 by Mike Means
Last week saw another week of committee action in the opposite house. In other words, various Senate committees were considering House bills and House committees were considering Senate bills. Most of our key bills made it out of committee, but two saw...
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