Exchanges, sequestration and secession discussed by Ryan Kiesel and Neva Hill
As part of the Great American Smokeout on Thursday, the Oklahoma City-County Health Department held an event encouraging smokers to quit for a day.
A Democratic lawmaker is circulating a petition asking that the legislature be called into special session to tackle the health care exchange issue.
The largest Republican majorities in the state House and Senate took their oaths of office on Wednesday.
The State Chamber of Commerce supports the idea of Oklahoma creating its own health care exchange to comply with the national health care law.
KOSU Capitol Bureau Chief Michael Cross talks to ACLU Oklahoma Executive Director Ryan Kiesel and Republican Political Consultant Neva Hill about the elections
The Oklahoma Arts Council recognizes KOSU’s commitment to the arts in Oklahoma.
The 72 member Republican Party elected its new leadership including Oklahoma’s first African American House Speaker on Thursday as it gets ready for the 2013 legislative session.
The Oklahoma Supreme Court is considering a challenge to a $25 million bond for improvements at the Zink Dam in Tulsa.
The leader of the State Senate calls the election results a good night for Senate Republicans and the State of […]