Trevor Brown, KGOU

Trevor Brown


Cheyenne, WY, United States

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Past articles by Trevor:

After Capitol Siege, Pro-Trump Legislators In Oklahoma Stand By Election Challenge

Shortly after noon on Wednesday, hundreds crowded outside of the Oklahoma State Capitol. Some held signs reading, “stop the steal,” “fight for freedom” or → Read More

Oklahoma Prepares To Purge Thousands Of Inactive Voters

Election officials are gearing up to remove tens of thousands of Oklahomans from the state’s voter rolls – a controversial practice voting-rights advocates → Read More

Interviews Show Teachers On A Collision Course With Unwavering Lawmakers

It became official Thursday: The largest, most organized voice for Oklahoma teachers issued an ultimatum to legislators that teachers will shut down much → Read More

Step Up Plan Stumbles And Falls In Crucial House Vote

Lawmakers are right back where they started after a much-anticipated vote to pass one of the largest tax increases in state history fell short in the state → Read More

In Non-Election Year, Oklahoma Legislators Spend Campaign Donations On Perks

Former state Rep. Dan Kirby, R-Tulsa, was left with a sizable campaign nest egg after his fourth re-election last November. But Kirby wouldn’t have the → Read More

The Special Session, In Numbers

Highlights in numbers from the 2017 special session that ended on Nov.17: 54 Days from start to end of the special session. 19 Days when lawmakers were → Read More

Challenges Persist After Fallin’s Budget Veto

Lawmakers will likely return to the State Capitol sooner than expected in light of Gov. Mary Fallin’s shocking veto of most of a budget bill approved by → Read More

Expensive Battle Likely if Oil, Gas Tax Hike Goes to Voters

The battle over Oklahoma’s tax on oil and gas production could soon spread outside the State Capitol to dinner conversations and public debates across the → Read More

Trump’s Health Care Moves Likely To Bring Higher Costs, Greater Uncertainty

Oklahomans who buy health insurance on the federal exchange will see higher premiums again when open enrollment begins Nov. 1. Recent actions by President → Read More

As Budget Deal Remains Elusive, Inaction Could Cost State

Each passing day without a deal to bridge the state’s $215 million budget shortfall means less potential revenue will be available if lawmakers pass one or → Read More

Plan To Stabilize Oklahoma’s Health Care Marketplace Collapses

Oklahoma is blaming the Trump administration for failing to approve an expedited plan that was projected to lower health insurance premiums and entice → Read More

Lobbyist Spending Won’t Be Known for Months

Legislators aren’t the only ones who returned to the Capitol for the special session. If it’s anything like the regular session, lobbyists will be picking → Read More

With Budget Deal at an Impasse, House Leaders Blame Each Other

Republican and Democratic leaders blamed each other Wednesday for the ongoing budget impasse. House Speaker Charles McCall, R-Atoka, abruptly canceled an → Read More

In Governor’s Race, Todd Lamb’s Nonprofit Walks Fine Line

A nonprofit foundation created by Lt. Gov. Todd Lamb has raised more than $850,000 since it launched to much fanfare in late 2015 and will soon roll out → Read More

More Challengers Lining Up For 2018 Legislative Races

Faced with low approval ratings, Oklahoma legislators are already seeing signs that they could be up against greater competition in trying to retain their → Read More

Again, state Dems face challenges to pass legislation

CHEYENNE -- It’s not easy to be one of the 13 Democratic lawmakers in Wyoming’s 90-member Legislature. → Read More

Wyoming Capitol renovation could be delayed again

CHEYENNE -- Wyoming’s $300 million Capitol Square Project could see yet another delay. → Read More

Lawmakers to consider abandoning caucus process

CHEYENNE – This could be the last year that Wyoming uses its often-times confusing caucus process to award the state’s Republican and Democratic delegates for presidential contests. → Read More

Cheyenne resident is 10th GOP candidate to seek U.S. House seat

CHEYENNE -- The Republican field vying for Wyoming’s sole U.S. House seat continues to grow. → Read More

Budget bill sent to governor

CHEYENNE – A two-year state spending plan that calls for millions of dollars worth of budget cuts is headed to Gov. Matt Mead. → Read More