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ACLU lawyer discusses challenge to Oklahoma’s critical race theory ban

Why is a coalition of educators and civil rights groups challenging Oklahoma's law?

StateImpact reporters reflect on eventful 2020

How will the events of last year continue to shape 2021?
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Masking rules a patchwork in Oklahoma schools

Though a majority of districts require masks in some places, policies remains inconsistent

As hospitals and ICUs fill, Stitt administration assures Oklahomans, “We do have a bed for you.”

Officials within the administration accused critics of fear mongering and using scare tactics.

Oklahoma Engaged: Voters rejected State Question 814 and put Medicaid expansion funding on lawmakers

Legislative leaders say they have few options, and cuts to traditional Medicaid or education could be on the way

Oklahoma teenagers want their voices heard to make the world ‘a better place’

Oklahoma Engaged reporters and Generation Citizen teamed up to figure out how students felt about election issues
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Fewer Oklahoma educators running for legislative offices

But interest in education issues remains high, advocates say
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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

Oklahoma Engaged: Medicaid expansion vote wasn’t as simple as urban versus rural

StateImpact talks with Oklahoma Policy Institute about myths surrounding State Question 802
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