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This Week in Oklahoma Politics

Filed by Michael Cross in Feature, Local News, News, Oklahoma Votes, Politics.
January 18, 2013

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Republican Political Consultant Neva Hill and ACLU Oklahoma Executive Director Ryan Kiesel talk about the Congressional vote by Oklahoma representatives on aid for victims of Superstorm Sandy, the expansion of Medicaid and the future of former Secretary of  State Glenn Coffee.

And, make sure to check out Ryan and Neva next Wednesday for January’s On Tap at Picasso’s Cafe in the Paseo District in Oklahoma City

One Response to “This Week in Oklahoma Politics”

  1. Dan McClure says:

    Ms. Hill's comments about "outside" groups coming to Oklahoma and trying to force something on its citizens they don't want sounds eerily similar to complaints I heard from southern states during the 1960's that extremist "outsiders" were coming down from the North, and with the help of the federal government, were trying to shove integration down the throats of the good people of the South who didn't want it.

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