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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
Rep. Jason Murphey has again promised “to support legislation to strengthen the letter and the spirit” of Oklahoma’s open government laws if re-elected to the House District 31 seat.
In signi... . . . . Read More ->
OKLAHOMA CITY - A state legislator said he will propose legislation prohibiting lobbyists from giving gifts and providing meals to lawmakers. “It’s time for lawmakers to pick up their own meal... . . . . Read More ->
OKLAHOMA CITY – State Representative Jason Murphey, R-Guthrie, made sure that he was representing House District 31 citizens by being present to vote in 867 out of 867 roll call votes during the... . . . . Read More ->
Rep. Murphey's Latest Blog Posts
POSTS FROM REPRESENTATIVE MURPHEY's BLOG
Imagine the scenario of the business owner who manages his business in a flurry of hurried and ill-thought-out decisions. Actually, this may not be too hard to imagine as I suspect you have seen the... . . . . Read More ->
Earlier this year I wrote about one of the major factors which led state government's recent "day of fiscal reckoning." I described the decades of financial malfeasance by state officials such as... . . . . Read More ->
Many taxpayers believe the Legislature operates as described in American Government class. They learn that a bill becomes law after first being approved in a committee, then by votes in the House and... . . . . Read More ->