The flood gates are open! The Oklahoma health care community is clowning around, and Ronald McDonald has an offer no one could refuse.
In all seriousness, do bureaucrats really have such an easy time swaying policy in this state? Reading through the back and forth about medical marijuana regulations these past couple of weeks, I’ve been a little confused as to where the involved parties actually stand on executing the will of the voters.
From the wild stuff coming from state employees, to the governor immediately approving and then walking back on the regulations, it’s been a bizarre ride since the June 26 vote on SQ 788. It’s like one of those movies where the characters’ motives are ambiguous to the viewer so that you almost don’t know who the protagonist is. I can’t wait to see how this one ends.
— Mike Allen
What was the Board of Health smoking?
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Gov. Mary Fallin not high … on SQ 788 special session
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Buffalo Wild Wings hacker missed delicious opportunity
Local millennial jumps ship, claims ‘xennial’ label
New ‘Laurel and Yanny’ sitcom hits pitch-perfect note
Veto shows Fallin governing from the center … of a coin
Legislature ignores need for SQ 788 framework
Paul George has ‘gone fishing,’ but for how long?
Incinerate romaine lettuce with a flamethrower
Scary spring: Oklahoma wildfires and the need for rain
Hitting the high notes during #OklaEd Capitol rally
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Trump’s ‘violent video games’ go Back to the Future
Oklahoma City produces ‘A Desire Named Streetcar’
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OKC’s Gold Dome deserves a success story
Winter Olympics: The case for shuffleboard over curling
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Flipping the switch for a government shutdown
Tide Pod Challenge makes chores trendy, poisonous
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