Ryan Kiesel and Neva Hill on SQ765, A-F Grading for schools and Personhood
A federal judge in Oklahoma City is weighing an injunction request to certain contraceptive coverage by Oklahoma-based Hobby Lobby in relation to the federal health care act.
Starting in January, sequestration could deal a $500 billion hit to defense over the next 10 years, but no one knows where.
What would you cut? How would you balance the budget?
This week: performance pay increases for state workers and a state question to end the taxation on intangible property.
The State Board of Education unanimously approves a controversial report card grading system for Oklahoma schools.
A state question heading to voters this November would effectively abolish the Commission which oversees the Department of Human Services.
After extensive claims of abuse and neglect at the centers, including scalding, rape, and sexual assault, state inspectors could be back in the centers.
Leaders of the State and Oklahoma City gathered on Tuesday to commemorate the completion of the nearly two million square foot Devon Tower.
Is the question on the ballot a ploy to get people to the polls or is affirmative action a policy that has outlived its useful life in Oklahoma? Let’s discuss it at On Tap.