Oklahoma Gov.-elect Mary Fallin is
traveling to Washington this week to meet with President Obama on
homeland security issues and with incoming U.S. House Speaker John
Boehner of Ohio.
Fallin said Tuesday she plans to join other newly elected
Republican governors in the meeting with Boehner Wednesday to
discuss ways to repeal the new federal health care law. Fallin also
said she will emphasize her support for extending the Bush era tax
Fallin said she also plans to meet with Obama on Thursday to
discuss various homeland security and safety issues involving the
Fallin is still the 5th Congressional District representative.
She will be formally sworn in as Oklahoma's 27th governor on Jan.