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From Guymon to Poteau and Beyond: The Biggest StateImpact Stories of 2013

The StateImpact team traveled about 10,000 miles in 2013 to interview Oklahomans about how government affects their lives.

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Why Gov. Mary Fallin Won’t Back School Storm Shelter Ballot Measure

Weintz told The World if money from the franchise tax is used, it will mean less to go around for other important education-related priorities.


Mapped: Which Oklahoma Schools Have Storm Shelters

StateImpact has mapped the data from the survey, the first statewide accounting of public school storm shelters, which was conducted by Bar None Consulting for the Oklahoma Legislature’s use in an interim study.


List of Schools Unwilling to Wait for Government Action on Tornado Shelters Grows

It’s only been little more than three months since an EF5 tornado ripped through Moore, Okla., destroying two schools in the process.


Moore Building Code Changes Likely
to Focus on Homes, Not Businesses

When the massive EF5 tornado ripped through Moore on May 20, it took out homes and business alike.


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