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Oklahoma prisons ahead in vaccinations but advocates say earlier access could have saved lives

Over half of Oklahoma’s state prisoners are at least partially vaccinated against the coronavirus. Prisoner advocates say incarcerated people needed access sooner than the state authorized.

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Empty appointments at mass vaccination sites mark a new priority: hesitant and hard-to-reach Oklahomans

Health officials are starting a new chapter in the state's pandemic response.
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Oklahoma public school districts band together to fight charter school funding equalization

Lawmakers also look for ways to halt March State Board of Education action
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Oklahoma charter school leader explains lawsuit that has ‘seismic effect’ on education funding

The controversial lawsuit's settlement terms will transform education funding
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OU Physicians and BlueCross and BlueShield OK’s rate dispute could force thousands to find a new doctor

The two companies surpassed a year of negotiations and never reached an agreement. Come July, the two could be out of network.
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Oklahoma spring assessments aim to measure learning loss during pandemic

But critics say they won’t give the full picture
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Advocates: Pandemic made domestic violence worse in Oklahoma

Victims’ advocates in Oklahoma warned in the early days of the pandemic that violence seemed to be getting worse. Now, advocates say the trend continued through 2020.

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Oklahoma lawmakers introduce now-traditional abortion bills in a changing political environment

The proposed restriction policies don’t vary much, but they could have a better shot at implementation because of shifts on the U.S. and Oklahoma supreme courts.
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Oklahoma City police officer charged with manslaughter for shooting Bennie Edwards

Oklahoma City Police Sgt. Clifford Holman will face manslaughter charges for shooting Bennie Edwards.

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