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“Protester Blocks Keystone XL’s Path in Southern Oklahoma”

Another activist from The Great Plains Tar Sands Resistance briefly stopped work on the southern leg of the Keystone XL […]

Norman’s Economic Plan: Giveaway for Businesses, or Step in the Right Direction?

Pro-Zak / Flickr The Norman City Council on Tuesday approved a new economic incentive plan meant to attract businesses and […]

“Red River Showdown: Texas-Oklahoma Water War Could Reverberate Across US”

Another in-depth report on the OK-TX Supreme Court water case from Stateline. Lots of interesting details on how dire the […]

Inside the Arguments in Oklahoma’s Supreme Court Water Case

Joe Wertz / StateImpact Oklahoma The OK-TX water dispute centers on the Kiamichi River in near Hugo in southeastern Oklahoma. […]

Fees Attacked By Legislature, But Is It Smart To Cut Off Another Revenue Source?

SalFalko / Flickr It’s already nearly impossible to raise taxes in Oklahoma. Now, the legislature is poised to ban raising […]

Transcript of Arguments in Oklahoma’s Supreme Court Water Case

Attorneys representing Oklahoma and Texas argued Tarrant v. Herrmann at the U.S. Supreme Court. The case concerns water in the […]

StateImpact Won Some Awards, Again!

The Society of Professional Journalists Oklahoma Professional Chapter hosted the 2013 version of its annual awards event on Saturday. StateImpact […]

“Arrests End Keystone XL Protest in Oklahoma”

An Iowa man was arrested Monday after he chained himself to a piece of heavy equipment during a Keystone XL […]

Why Oklahoma’s Supreme Court Water Fight Could Have National Ripple Effects

Joe Wertz / StateImpact State Sen. Jerry Ellis, D-Valiant, opposes the sale or transfer of Oklahoma water to Texas. The […]

“McClendon Starts New Energy Company Down the Street from Chesapeake”

Fresh business filings, logos, parking lot paint from former Chesapeake CEO Aubrey McClendon, and a vague statement that his new […]

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