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Gov. Kevin Stitt says government is 'too big and too broken' in second State of the State speech

Gov. Kevin Stitt says government is 'too big and too broken' in second State of the State speech

Tulsa World
By Barbara Hoberock
Feb 4, 2020

OKLAHOMA CITY — Gov. Kevin Stitt told lawmakers Monday that the greatest challenge to the state is government bureaucracy.

“In my first year of public service and as chief executive, I have found government too big and too broken,” Stitt said during his State of the State address to a joint session in the House chamber.

Stitt, a Republican serving his second year in office, called for continuing to make appointments to the Pardon and Parole Board but passing legislation that absorbs the rest of the agency’s functions into the Oklahoma Department of Corrections... FULL ARTICLE

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