As Joy Hofmeister and Gov. Kevin Stitt shared the stage on Wednesday, Stitt attempted to connect his opponent to Biden’s energy policies. But Hofmeister tried to distance herself from the president, criticizing Biden’s energy “rhetoric.”
For the Frontier Kelly Bostian, Conservation Coalition of Oklahoma Foundation February 17, 2021
After four years of annual reports the general public no longer has access to a detailed accounting of how nearly 200,000 tons of waste produced by Oklahoma’s Poultry Feeding Operations is exported or applied on state lands, including sensitive watersheds.
The only requirements for opening a poultry feeding operation is submitting an application to the Oklahoma Department of Food and Forestry with basic information about the operation and paying a $10 application fee.