WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court is declining to reinstate a civil rights lawsuit filed by the brother of an Oklahoma man whose botched execution in 2014 lasted nearly three-quarters of an hour.Read More »
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OKLAHOMA CITY – Former Attorney General Drew Edmondson has launched a petition that shows opposition to a provision of the proposed federal health care law. The Oklahoma Health Care Authority found about 822,600 Oklahomans have enrolled in the state’s Medicaid ...Read More »
By Catherine Sweeney The Journal Record OKLAHOMA CITY – In the wake of the U.S. Senate’s release of its health care plan, Oklahoma medical providers are concerned its Medicaid provisions would shift more of the financial burden to the state and ...Read More »
By Bill Barrow Associated Press Think Washington, D.C., and your statehouse are irredeemable and unproductive? Look to city hall for answers. That’s the message from the nation’s mayors six months in to Donald Trump’s presidency. “We don’t have time to ...Read More »
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By Catherine Sweeney The Journal Record OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation officials intended to renovate the agency’s storm-damaged auditorium, but its 50-year-old headquarters wasn’t up to code. In addition to lethal tornadoes, the May 2013 storms brought torrential rains. ...
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By Joel Dean The Journal Record Legislative Report The State Board of Education approved their 2018 budget allocation in Thursday’s meeting. Not included in the budget for 2018 is any textbook allocation. Carolyn Thompson, Chief of Government Affairs, pointed out ...
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