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14th Oklahoma Legislature

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President of the Senate:  Robert Burns (D)
Speaker of the House:  Tom Anglin (D)
President Pro Tem of the Senate:  Paul Stewart (D)
14th Oklahoma Legislature
Composition:  Senate 39      5      House 112      4      1

The Fourteenth Oklahoma Legislature was a meeting of the legislative branch of the government of Oklahoma, composed of the Oklahoma Senate and the Oklahoma House of Representatives. The state legislature met from January 3 to April 22, 1933, and from May 24 to July 15, 1933, during the term of Governor William H. Murray. the governor had convinced state senator Tom Anglin to run for the Oklahoma House of Representatives, assuring him that he would be elected as Speaker. Under Anglin's leadership, the House approved the governor's proposed budget cuts.

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Dates of sessions

  • Regular session: January 3-April 22, 1933
  • Special session: May 24-July 15, 1933
  • Previous: 13th Legislature • Next: 15th Legislature

    Leadership

    Paul Stewart served as President Pro Tem of the Senate and Tom Anglin of Holdenville, Oklahoma, served as Speaker of the Oklahoma House of Representatives. Bob Fitzgerald of Hobart, Oklahoma, served as Speaker Pro Tempore. John Steele Batson of Marietta served as House Majority Floor Leader.

    Senate

  • Table based on state almanac and list of all senators.
  • House of Representatives

  • Table based on government database.
  • References

    14th Oklahoma Legislature Wikipedia


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