August 9, 2017 archive

Sierra Club Joins Challenge of Oklahoma’s Electric Car Fee

Even as the Oklahoma Supreme Court on Tuesday heard arguments to some newly-created taxes on electric and hybrid vehicles, a new lawsuit was waiting in the wings. It was on Monday when the Oklahoma Sierra Club filed suit, challenging a registration fee on the electric vehicles. The suit is asking the court to rule House …

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Waste Management Opens 100th CNG Refueling Station in OKC

Houston’s Waste Management has opened its 100th CNG fueling station nationally this week in Oklahoma City. It held a ceremony Tuesday morning in the city as it dedicated the fueling station for the nearly 100 CNG-operated trash trucks refuel every day. Waste Management operates an estimated 6,000 natural gas trucks, the largest heavy-duty fleet of …

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Legislator Enters Race for Labor Commissioner

Mustang Rep. Leslie Osborn is the latest to enter the race to become Oklahoma’s next State Labor Commissioner. The Republican legislator announced Wednesday she is running for the Republican nomination to be decide in 2018. “We have serious challenges in Oklahoma,” said Osborn in announcing her candidacy. “I am convinced we can meet them. As …

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