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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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During Spanish flu pandemic Oklahoma City’s teachers were ‘true heroes’

When virus struck OKC in 1918, teachers and children rose to the occasion
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Fees Attacked By Legislature, But Is It Smart To Cut Off Another Revenue Source?

It’s already nearly impossible to raise taxes in Oklahoma. Now, the legislature is poised to ban raising fees for drivers’ licenses, state parks and other state services, too.

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Bacon Inflation: What You Need to Know

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