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Fewer Oklahoma educators running for legislative offices

But interest in education issues remains high, advocates say
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Epic Virtual Charter Schools’ cloudy future leaves families searching for clarity

As pandemic rages, those who turned to virtual learning behemoth don’t want to lose it
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SQ805 attacks lengthy prison sentences; opponents say there would be unintended consequences

State Question 805 asks voters to change the state’s constitution so courts can’t use a controversial sentencing tool to increase punishments for people with past felony convictions. The change wouldn’t apply to people convicted of violent crimes.

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Epic Virtual Charter Schools’ oversight board votes to begin contract termination process

Virtual charter behemoth will have a chance to dispute investigation early next year
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StateImpact Oklahoma seeks high school students for Zoom election event

StateImpact is partnering with Generation Citizen to get young people's thoughts on Presidential campaigns
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Oklahoma Public Health Laboratory relocation plan draws blowback

Gov. Kevin Stitt announced the long-awaited facility would move to Stillwater, nearly 70 miles from its current site
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State Board of Education demands Epic Virtual Charter Schools return $11.2 million 

Epic owes state $11.2 million, vows to fight the penalty
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Oklahoma Is Finally Getting A New Public Health Lab

Gov. Kevin Stitt announces the lab will relocate to Stillwater, away from state health facilities in Oklahoma City
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A syphilis outbreak in south-central Oklahoma creates yet another strain on the state’s public health system

Public health providers juggle addressing the outbreak, the worst pandemic in a century, the onset of flu season and existing staffing issues
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