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disaster aid

Disaster aid bill stumbles in the U.S. House

(Editor’s note: The following story appears courtesy of Gaylord News, a reporting project of the Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication.) WASHINGTON – The U.S....
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Attorney ‘unable to substantiate’ allegation against Kannady, McDugle

An internal investigation by the Oklahoma House of Representatives was "unable to substantiate" an allegation of sexual misconduct against Rep. Chris Kannady and Rep....


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Letter: Physician says benefits of immunization far outweigh risks

(Editor’s note: NonDoc runs Letters to the Editors between 300 words and 500 words in response to previously published content. NonDoc reserves the right...
workers' comp

‘A compromise by all parties’: Workers’ comp update advances

The Oklahoma House of Representatives advanced a compromise agreement on workers' compensation issues Monday morning, sending a 187-page bill to the State Senate intended...

‘Paid first to the State Treasury’: #okleg moves bill on AG settlements

In the wake of controversy surrounding Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter's settlement with opioid manufacturer Purdue Pharma, the Legislature has advanced a bill clarifying...



Ransomware attackers unaware of OKCPS finances

Early this past week, Oklahoma City Public Schools shut down its network owing to a ransomware attack. My first thought upon hearing the news was...
OU beer sales

Time for Boomer and Sooner to shotgun some beers

The University of Oklahoma Board of Regents voted Friday to approve the advertising and sale of alcohol at sporting events. Beer, wine and liquor...

Measles breaks out as comeback story of the year

Making a strong case for "comeback story of the year" is none other than measles. Who could have guessed? Turns out, probably a lot...


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