House adjourns Sine Die after comprehensive Conservative policy year

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OKLAHOMA CITY – The House of Representatives adjourned Sine Die on Thursday following successful passage of a comprehensive conservative policy agenda.

“From the budget to policy, this was the most comprehensive conservative policy session ever,” said House Speaker Charles McCall, R-Atoka. “The largest House Republican majority in state history delivered more pro-growth conservative wins than ever before in a single session. We met the mandate of the voters and can build on that momentum going forward.”

The Legislature sent 600 measures to the governor this session, including a historic state budget and major conservative accomplishments in education, taxes, states’ rights, the economy and public safety.

“Sessions are usually defined by one or two big accomplishments. This session had at least a dozen accomplishments that, in any other year, could have been considered the biggest issues of session,” McCall said. “The level of productivity has never been higher in my nine years of service, and I thank all members of the House, Senate and Governor Stitt for their partnership in this shared accomplishment.”

Major 2021 accomplishments that were priorities of the House Republican Caucus include:


Tax relief


States’ Rights

Government & Elections


Public Safety

The 2022 session begins on Feb. 7, 2022.

The Legislature will convene in special session later this year to complete constitutionally required Congressional redistricting, which was delayed due to the U.S. Census Bureau’s failure to deliver complete decennial Census data to states on time.