By Sarah Terry-Cobo The Journal Record OKLAHOMA CITY – Personal rights advocates and Democrats responded to a controversial email by saying the state Legislature is due for a culture shift. An offensive email shouldn’t result in a state employee losing ...Read More »
By Catherine Sweeney The Journal Record OKLAHOMA CITY – If Oklahoma legislators vote to allow prosperity districts, it won’t be this year. State Sen. Eddie Fields, R-Wynona, moved to postpone the measure creating the districts for the year, saying it was too controversial a ...
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By Sarah Terry-Cobo The Journal Record OKLAHOMA CITY – Nico Gomez said he wasn’t surprised by the Monday afternoon announcement and he remains frustrated at the situation. The state Medicaid agency announced officials are considering cutting reimbursement rates by up ...
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OKLAHOMA CITY – The state and Tulsa-based Family & Children’s Services have entered a Pay for Success contract with a goal of reducing Oklahoma’s female incarceration rate by securing public-private investment in the Women in Recovery prison diversion program. This ...Read More »
By Mollie Bryant Oklahoma Watch OKLAHOMA CITY – A change to the Oklahoma House of Representatives’ website removed legislators’ public email addresses and replaced them with a contact form that some critics believe will restrict access to lawmakers. The House ...
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By Catherine Sweeney The Journal Record OKLAHOMA CITY – Health care providers have called for state officials to pump the breaks on a new Medicaid partnership. Providers aren’t calling on the governor’s office and the Oklahoma Health Care Authority to spike ...Read More »