November 3, 2016

NewsOK Teresa Meinders Burkett November 2, 2016 As I talk with people about State Question 777, the so-called “Right to Farm,” the question that no one can answer for me with any clarity is why anyone thought we needed it in Oklahoma. We’re an ag-friendly state. Oklahoma has robust “right …

September 8, 2016

SF Weekly September 7, 2016 by Jonathan Greenberg During the past decade, five counties in California and three in Hawaii have passed common-sense public-safety laws to protect public health, organic agriculture, and clean water by regulating farms that grow pesticide-soaked genetically modified organisms (GMOs). Now, San Francisco’s Ninth Circuit Court of …

September 1, 2016

NonDoc September 1, 2016 By John Thompson The latest OKC Pets Magazine displays an adorable cover photo of Hazel, who must be the second-cutest Australian shepherd I’ve ever seen (next to our Chloe.) It also features former Oklahoma Attorney General Drew Edmondson, the co-chair of theOklahoma Stewardship Council, which is …

August 18, 2016

NPR August 16, 2016 by JOE WERTZ City leaders in Edmond adopted a resolution urging citizens to reject State Question 777. Their counterparts in Choctaw appear likely to do the same, and the Norman City Council has booked a presentation from an organization fighting against the question, which would amend the …

April 14, 2016

Red Dirt Report April 13, 2016 by HEIDE BRANDES Talk to supporters of the Right To Farm Bill that will be put before voters in November and they’ll say the amendment protects agriculture from unfair regulations. Talk to opponents of the proposed constitutional amendment and they’ll say State Question 777 is push …