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The Journal Record Legislative Report
101 N. Robinson Ave. Suite 101
Oklahoma City, OK
Posted: August 26 2016
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DescriptionThe Journal Record Legislative Report is the premier legislative tracking and political intelligence service in Oklahoma. We cover the legislative session which runs from January until May. Interns will assist JRLR staff in covering committee meetings, sessions of the Oklahoma House of Representatives and Senate, and other political events in the state. In addition interns will have the opportunity to write for the Oklahoma Policy Review about major issues and legislation the state is facing. This is a flexible internship as far as time commitments are concerned and it is a paid internship.
Responsibilities-Coverage of Oklahoma state committees, agencies, House of Representatives and the Senate.
-Interns will select a policy topic facing the state and write an a two page research article on an issue of their choosing.
-Interns are expected to make an afternoon orientation date before session starts, usually in December or early January.
-Must work a total of 12 hours over the three day bill filing period (typically 6 hours one day and 6 the next) in January. How the hours are apportioned is up to the individual so long as it totals 12 hours.