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One State

At the heart of the Oklahoma standard, there is a shared sense of unity, identity, and spirit. We are bound by a common love for our state and a shared desire for its success. Oklahoma’s future requires collaboration and cooperation. In Oklahoma, we build bridges, promote understanding, and foster a sense a belonging.


One Set Of Laws

In America, we expect that everyone follows the same rules. In Oklahoma, why should it be any different? In the pursuit of a fair and just society, it is essential that everyone follows one set of laws, regardless of race, heritage, or background. It’s just common sense.




One Oklahoma

We’re all Oklahomans. We need an Oklahoma where all men and women are created equal and treated equal. We can’t have two systems. In the spirit of unity, let’s come together as One people, One state, One Oklahoma.


Justin Hooper v. The City of Tulsa

Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Quapaw and Seminole Nations

Alicia Stroble v. Oklahoma Tax Commission

Muscogee (Creek) and Seminole Nations

McGirt v. Oklahoma

District Attorneys


McGirt v. Oklahoma

Muscogee (Creek) Nation