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CCOSA's Legislative Services group is an active participant in the state and local government.

CCOSA seeks a commitment from the Oklahoma Legislature to restore per pupil funding to pre-recession levels—putting an end to the moratorium on accreditation standards and allowing for successful implementation of other state-mandated initiatives.

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  • Newly updated Legislative Primer is your guide to Oklahoma’s 2019 legislative session

    Who’s been nominated for Governor Stitt’s cabinet? Who chairs key legislative committees? How much is in Oklahoma’s Rainy Day Fund? As the 2019 Oklahoma Legislative session nears, our newly updated Legislative Primer will answer these questions and more. » Read More
  • CCOSA/OSSBA/USSA Legislative Briefings 2019

    Please note that CCOSA/OSSBA/USSA Legislative Briefings have changed to Wednesdays this year from 9:00-10:00 AM at the CCOSA office. 

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  • CCOSA Statement on HB 1019X

    Two months ago we entered the special session with optimism that the legislature would put aside partisan bickering and demonstrate vision for Oklahoma’s future by resolving the budget shortages we face today and creating a long-term financial plan for the future. 

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  • CCOSA Statement on HB 1054X

    "Today’s defeat of HB 1054x is a huge blow for Oklahoma’s dedicated teachers, public servants and the citizens of our state. It is an understatement to say we are disappointed. The citizens of Oklahoma deserve elected officials who represent their best interests. That clearly wasn’t the case today. We are extremely grateful for the support of the courageous legislators who put aside their political loyalties to support the bi-partisan bill.  CCOSA members will continue to fight for a long-term funding solution for public education, including a teacher pay raise, and the restoration of funding to support our state’s most vulnerable citizens.” » Read More

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