In The News

December 11, 2012 In The News

Oklahoma Farm Report
December 6, 2012
By: Ron Hays

September 13, 2012 In The News

The Tulsa World
By: Tulsa World Editorial Writers
August 13, 2012

August 16, 2012 In The News

Enid News and Eagle
By: Robert Barron
August 16, 2012

Certainty. U.S. Rep. Frank Lucas, R-Okla., says that’s what the American people need.

July 14, 2012 In The News

Clinton Daily News
By: Rod Serfoss
July 14, 2012

As the nation’s FARRM (Federal Agriculture Reform and Risk Management Act) Bill moves forward on its long journey through Congress, we are glad that our own Rep. Frank Lucas (R-Cheyenne) is leading the U.S. House of Representatives down this rough and winding road.

July 12, 2012 In The News

By: David Rogers
July 12, 2012

Landmark farm legislation cleared the House Agriculture Committee early Thursday morning, capturing a strong bipartisan majority and putting pressure on the Republican leadership to relent and allow floor debate on the bill this summer — just as the Senate did last month.

April 30, 2012 In The News

The Oklahoman
By: Zeke Campfield
April 28, 2012

Oklahoma lawmakers and agriculture leaders are praising a decision by the Obama administration to back off plans that would keep children from doing the most dangerous farm jobs.

April 26, 2012 In The News

Enid News
By Jeff Mullin

Enid officials delivered good news about the local economy during the Greater Enid Chamber of Commerce visit to Washington, D.C., and re-ceived some good news in return.

April 25, 2012 In The News

The Daily O' Collegian
By: Susan Occhipinti

Many students will soon face financial turmoil as the interest rates on student loans increase this summer.

Crystal Wood, an animal science and pre-vet freshman, is paying for college on her own by taking out federal student loans.

March 22, 2012 In The News

The Oklahoman
By: Adam Wilmoth
March 22, 2012

RIPLEY — President Barack Obama on Thursday pledged his full support behind the Keystone Gulf Pipeline from Cushing to the Gulf Coast and said he will review the more controversial northern leg of the Keystone XL pipe that would run from Canada to Cushing.