Budget Briefing: SCOTUS: Hugo Can’t Sell Water to Texas Without Permission from Oklahoma

In the news this morning:

U.S. Supreme Court Upholds Oklahoma Position Against City of Hugo in Water Sale Fight U.S. Supreme Court: City of Hugo can’t sell water to Texas without permission from the state of Oklahoma. (newsok.com)

U.S. Makes Slight Gains in Graduation Rate; Oklahoma Dropouts Rise The national high school graduation rate is up. So is Oklahoma’s dropout rate. We’re a state where the “battle to meet the national high school graduation rate goal will be won or lost.” (tulsaworld.com)

Current State Education Department Officials Used Funds from Nonprofit Foundation Current Ed. Department officials used private donations from a nonprofit foundation for conferences, too. But Janet Barresi’s administration said there were key differences: It was professional, not social. (newsok.com)


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