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People with disabilities unsheltered in tornado alley

Despite experiencing some of the most severe weather events in the nation, there are no state laws requiring storm shelters in Oklahoma. Public shelters have largely been closed leaving people with disabilities without a safe option during storms.

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A Disastrous Disconnect

Kentucky is among the states blocking climate action. As weather gets more extreme, its residents — and U.S. taxpayers — are paying a price.
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From Revenue Failure to Right-To-Farm: StateImpact Oklahoma Covers 2016

The ground beneath Oklahoma is shaking, figuratively and literally in 2016, and StateImpact is on it.

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Obama’s Clean Power Plan: Oklahoma Officials Attack, Utilities on Path to Comply

Oklahoma’s largest utility companies say they’re already on track to meet the carbon-reduction goals in the federal plan.

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Oklahoma Officials Vow To Keep Fighting Obama Plan To Cut Power Plant Pollution

Though just finalized, the plan has been in the works for two years, and Oklahoma has opposed it every step of the way.

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StateImpact on OETA: Breaking Down ‘Right-to-Farm’

StateImpact’s Logan Layden has been covering the right-to-farm issue as the bill makes its way through the legislature.

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Lack Of Expertise And Equipment Led To Unnecessary Closure A Grand Lake Beach

But Krehbiel reports, since that time, the GRDA has been buying new water testing equipment.

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