OBW Legislative Issues:



OBW Legislative Platform

2010-11 OBW Legislative Guidelines

2010 State School of Instruction Legislative Program



2010 Oklahoma Elections Presentation by Kathie Tanner


Legislative Resources/Links

Oklahoma SIS (Solutions Initiative Summit) on the Incarceration of Oklahoma Women

This organization/group will formulate a state action plan to reduce incarceration of Oklahoma Women.

Website:  http://oklahomasis.com


Oklahoma Legislature  the home page for the Oklahoma Legislature – track bills, find out who is on what committee, notices of committee meetings, etc.

Website:  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us


Women’s Foundation of Oklahoma the leading funder of change for women and girls in our state.  You can apply for grants and learn more about others that are working to change conditions for women and girls in Oklahoma. Website: http://www.wfok.org


Oklahoma Women’s Network  this website is a great source for information to help inspire all of us to become involved.  This website includes a weblog  that you may join in on.

Website:  http://oklahomawomensnetwork.com


Oklahoma Women’s Coaltion advocating for Women and Girls – Oklahoma Federation of Business Women are a member of this coalition.  The OWC is a grass roots organization designed to advocate and to get Oklahoman’s involved in issues concerning women and girls. Website:  http://www.oklahomawomenscoalition.org


Council on Women and Girls:   On March 11, 2009, President Obama signed an Executive Order creating the White House Council on Women and Girls. In his remarks at the signing, the President underscored that the purpose of the Council is "to ensure that each of the agencies in which they're charged takes into account the needs of women and girls in the policies they draft, the programs they create, the legislation they support" and that the true purpose of our government is "to ensure that in America, all things are still possible for all people." Website: http://www.whitehouse.gov/adminstration/eop/cwg

National Women’s History Project :  History helps us learn who we are, but when we don’t know our own history, our power and dreams are immediately diminished.  Multicultural American women are overlooked in most mainstream approaches to U.S. history, so the National Women’s History Project champions their accomplishments and leads the drive to write women back into history.  Recognizing the achievements of women in all facets of life – science, community, government, literature, art, sports, medicine – has a huge impact on the development of self-respect and new opportunities for girls and young women.  Learn more about this organization go to their Website: http://www.nwhp.org