Representative Brian Hill

Hi, I'm Brian Hill and I represent the people of Oklahoma's 47th District.



Assistant Floor Leader

59th Legislature

News & Announcements

Dec 7, 2022

House Page Program Opens Applications

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Contact: Rep. Brian Hill Office: (405) 557-7333 The Oklahoma House of Representatives High School Page Program is now accepting applications for the First Regular Session of the 59th Legislature, announced Rep. Brian Hill, R-Mustang. Every year, hundreds of students from across the state have the opportunity to take part in the House High School Page Program at the State Capitol in Oklahoma City. Through the program, students have a chance to view the legislative process up close and gain experience working in state government. Pages are assigned for one week, Monday through Thursday, during the legislative session, which constitutionally runs from the first Monday in February through the last Friday in May. Students serving as a Page work in the House Chamber during daily session, assist representatives and House staff with tasks and take part in the House Page Mock Legislature on the floor of the House Chamber. Hotel accommodations and chaperones are provided for all students. House Pages are transported to and from the Capitol daily and are closely supervised at all times. ""I look forward to working with the intelligent, motivated Oklahoma students who will serve as pages this session,"" Hill said. ""This front row seat to state government is a deeply engaging learning process that leaves students inspired to become more involved in their communities."" Interested high school juniors and seniors may visit to submit an application or contact their state representative for more information.

Oct 5, 2022

Hill Launches Restorative Workforce Initiative

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Contact: Rep. Brian Hill Phone: (405) 557-7333 Rep. Brian Hill, R-Mustang, announced the Restorative Workforce Initiative at Wednesday's ceremonial signing of House Bill 4369 at the Kate Barnard Community Corrections Center. HB4369, authored by Hill, allows people on parole to reduce their time through good behavior and maintained employment. Hill said since the bill offers a way to reduce time spent on parole, it eliminates the current option for inmates to remain in prison an additional six months past their sentence, saving taxpayer dollars. “I’m grateful to our fellow members and to Governor Stitt for supporting this common-sense criminal justice legislation,” said Sen. Dave Rader, R-Tulsa, who carried HB4369 in the Senate. “This is something the majority of states have already put into place. We know from those other states that this can help reduce recidivism, help these individuals towards the right path to become contributing members of society, and improve public safety.” HB4369 and the Sarah Stitt Act, which provides people leaving incarceration with necessary documentation to find housing and employment, are part of Hill's new Restorative Workforce Initiative, which focuses on easing the transition into civilian life while reducing the recidivism rate and spurring Oklahoma's economy. ""We know the number one way to reduce recidivism is a well-paying job,"" Hill said. ""The Restorative Workforce Initiative is about connecting employers with an untapped and prepared workforce. It's one piece of the puzzle as we solve how to reduce recidivism and address the workforce gap facing every business, and I'm grateful for Governor Stitt's support of common-sense criminal justice reform."" Hill said the initiative was inspired by two companies in his district, 777 Roofing & Construction and Plaster & Wald Consulting Corporation, who were already actively seeking to employ people leaving incarceration, as well as Mustang residents Doug and Jennifer Eckert, who were influential in the discussion. He challenged companies who are struggling to hire to look at this potential supply of hardworking Oklahomans. ""Every company looking to fill positions, especially companies in the trade industry, could find actual solutions to their workforce gap by giving these dependable Oklahomans who've served their time the second chance they deserve,"" Hill said. Hill said interested employers should reach out to to set up interviews with people scheduled to be released soon. HB4369 goes into effect Nov. 1.