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Oklahoma U.S. Representative Stephanie Bice Applauds Reversal of Roe vs. Wade

Washington, D.C. -- U.S. Representative Stephanie Bice, R-Oklahoma City, praised the U.S. Supreme Court's decsion to reverse the controversial precedent ‘Roe v. Wade’. After the American High Court announced its decision in the ‘Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization case’ -- overturning Roe -- Rep. Bice's staff sent a press release to The Oklahoma City Sentinel. She said:
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U.S. Rep. Stephanie Bice draws conservative primary opponent as she seeks reelection in Oklahoma’s Fifth Congressional District

U.S. Representative Stephanie Bice told The Oklahoma City Sentinel in a recent interview, “I am seeking re-election to continue the work I’ve been doing over the last year and a half as a member of Congress; to fight the Biden Administration’s repeated gross overreach, to protect Oklahoma’s oil and gas industry, to put a stop to the Democrats far-left socialist agenda that threatens to fundamentally change this great nation.” Asked to name three most important issues facing citizens, voter and taxpayers in Oklahoma and around the nation, Bice commented: “First and foremost, protecting Oklahoma’s oil and gas industry is paramount....
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Subrina Banks seeks to wrest the Republican party nomination from U.S. Representative Stephanie Bice on June 28

Oklahoma City – Subrina Banks, a real estate agent who previously worked in respiratory therapy, decided to challenge the incumbent Republican U.S. Representativein Oklahoma’s Fifth Congressional District. The GOP primary is scheduled for June 28, and Banks is seeking immediately to identify herself as the best multi-issue conservative in the race.
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Congresswoman Stephanie Bice visits Guthrie

Congresswoman Stephanie Bice of Oklahoma’s 5th District paid a visit to Guthrie on April 21st. Bice’s office reached out to the Guthrie Chamber and asked for the Chamber to facilitate a day in Guthrie for the Congresswoman. Bice spent time with City staff and leaders where she was able to learn more about Guthrie, the city’s plans and goals for the future.
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U.S. Representative Stephanie Bice Announces 2022 Congressional Art Competition for Oklahoma’s Fifth District

Oklahoma City -- U.S. Representative Stephanie Bice has invited high school students in Oklahoma’s Fifth District to participate in the 2022 Congressional Art Competition. The Congressional Institute hosts an art competition each year to celebrate artistic talents nationwide. Students compete for the opportunity to have their original artwork displayed in the United States Capitol for one year.
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Rep. Stephanie Bice's provisions included in the national defense bill

The House Armed Services Committee this week adopted provisions authored by Rep. Stephanie Bice in the annual defense bill, including one to add money for border security and another to help military families with a disabled member. Bice, an Oklahoma City Republican who serves on the committee, said the National...
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Stephanie Bice loiters in Washington, lamely following Republican leaders

OPINION — U.S. Representative Stephanie Bice will never be your moderate friend in Washington, D.C. She is proving only to be a generic Republican pawn, drooling out National Republican Congressional Committee talking points while her party attempts to dismantle democracy. Bice surprised many progressive-leaning Oklahomans when she became the only member of the state’s congressional […] The post Stephanie Bice loiters in Washington, lamely following Republican leaders appeared first on Oklahoma City Free Press.
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Editorial: U.S. Rep. Stephanie Bice did the right thing when she voted for a national commission to investigate the Jan. 6 U.S Capitol riots; U.S. Sens. Jim Inhofe and James Lankford should do the same thing

Rep. Stephanie Brice defied partisanship and did the right thing last week when she voted for a national commission to investigate the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. Whether you think the riot was the result of supporters of President Donald Trump seeking to defy the forces of democracy or subversive and disguised left-wing groups, you should want a national investigation to get to the bottom of things.