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How the University of Oklahoma moved its classes online

The university changed all of its in-person classes to online to fight the spread of COVID-19
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Oklahoma wants to ramp up universities’ COVID-19 testing, but lack of supplies stands in the way

A national shortage of supplies will limit testing in Oklahoma
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Counties hope to keep jail populations low during viral pandemic

Several counties have begun releasing jail prisoners. They want to have fewer people in their jails for the virus to infect.

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Oklahoma schools and jails brace for the COVID-19 pandemic’s spread

Oklahoma schools and county jails are looking for ways to keep the coronavirus pandemic at bay.

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Gov. Stitt proposes budget in State of the State Address

Gov. Kevin Stitt delivered his second State of the State Address to the Oklahoma Legislature.

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Issues to watch during Oklahoma’s 2020 legislative session

StateImpact reporters combed through 4,500 pieces of legislation. Here are some trends they found.

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Here’s what happened to $829 million Oklahoma was awarded to treat opioid addiction

Oklahoma is entitled to $829 million from settlements with drug companies or court orders. But so far, none of the money has been spent on opioid addiction treatment. Here’s where the money stands for each company or group.

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Oklahoma’s vaping rules may tighten as scrutiny persists

A push toward a healthier state by the governor may mean more vaping laws.

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Oklahoma judge shaves $107 million off opioid decision against Johnson & Johnson

District Judge Thad Balkman clarified an earlier ruling against Johnson & Johnson, saying the drugmaker must pay $465 million dollars – not the $572 million he had originally ordered.

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How Oklahoma’s new health laws will affect you, from short-term health policies to eye clinics

At the beginning of November, hundreds of new laws took effect in Oklahoma, including a big change to short-term health policies and new locations for eye clinics.

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