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Jason Murphey represents South Logan County, North Edmond, Deer Creek and Guthrie.
Murphey is a leader in the effort to reduce the size of state government. Because he refuses gifts and campaign contributions from lobbyists and groups that hire lobbyists he agressivly leads this effort without being constrained by the demands of the special interests.
Each week, since his first session in 2007, Murphey has published an email update regarding occurrences in the Legislature. This email contains surveys about bills before the Legislature allowing Murphey to take into account for your opinion prior to his vote. You may subscribe to the email on this site.
In The News
THE LATEST NEWS FROM REPRESENTATIVE MURPHEY
In more than half the school districts in Oklahoma, parents interested in knowing the graduation rates of their child’s school or district are out of luck. The state Department of Education refuses... . . . . Read More ->
Data breaches are common occurrences these days -- hardly a month goes by that we don't hear about a major corporation or a federal government agency being victimized by hackers.
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OKLAHOMA CITY -- As she knocked on the federal government's door for aid in the wake of a damaging earthquake in 2011, Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin (R) avoided talking about one aspect of the earthquake... . . . . Read More ->
Rep. Murphey's Latest Blog Posts
POSTS FROM REPRESENTATIVE MURPHEY's BLOG
It's a program so effective that other states are seeking to copy it. It was featured on the local news last week as News 9's Alex Cameron took his cameras inside the headquarters of Oklahoma's new... . . . . Read More ->
I knew the concern was legitimate, but believed the benefit from doing the right thing would outweigh the downside — as it always does.
The detractors to Oklahoma's state government information ... . . . . Read More ->
Imagine the following absurdity: a business owner divides his business into 140 different divisions and gives the head of each division control over a free-standing legal, information technology,... . . . . Read More ->