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Civics

NonDoc journalists report on the civic realm in Oklahoma and beyond. Our site also publishes a variety of commentary pieces about civic matters. As a site category, "Civics" encompasses three subcategories: Education, Health Care and Politics.

Civics

NonDoc journalists report on the civic realm in Oklahoma and beyond. Our site also publishes a variety of commentary pieces about civic matters. As a site category, "Civics" encompasses three subcategories: Education, Health Care and Politics.
fire marshal

State fire marshal: Half of former Swadley’s state park restaurants code compliant

TULSA — Following the termination of Swadley’s Foggy Bottoms Kitchen contracts with the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department, assistant state fire marshal James Fullingim...
state budget

‘Deal yet?’: Development efforts, pay raises and DHS money lead state budget

An hour before the House and Senate convened their Joint Committees on Appropriations and Budget to hear more than 30 bills, one of the...
FISTA

Lawton hopes to attract defense contractors with FISTA Innovation Park

LAWTON — The Lawton Central Mall sits in the center of a sunken concrete parking lot, its drab exterior marred by the shadowed outline...
attorney general candidates

Oklahoma GOP attorney general candidates to debate

NonDoc's political debate series will continue next month with Law School: A Republican primary debate between Oklahoma Attorney General John O'Connor and challenger Gentner...
Joint Committee on Administrative Rules

Joint Committee on Administrative Rules delays vote on HB 1775

The House and Senate sides of the Joint Committee on Administrative Rules met together for the first time Thursday afternoon, and Co-Chairman Rep. Terry...
OU Polytechnic Institute

‘Game changer’: OU plans Polytechnic Institute in Tulsa

˝As University of Oklahoma President Joe Harroz announced plans to develop a new Polytechnic Institute in Tulsa, he referenced Purdue Polytechnic Institute in Indiana...

Governor, legislative leaders in crosshairs of Oklahoma County grand jury report

After already indicting one legislator in December, an Oklahoma County grand jury concluded its term today and filed a report about its inquiry into...
Swadley's contract

LOFT: Swadley’s contract included inconsistencies, bloated expenses

To kick off the Oklahoma House's Special Investigative Committee regarding the controversial and now-terminated contract between the Tourism and Recreation Department and Swadley's Foggy...
Epic Charter Schools internal audit

New Epic Charter Schools internal audit reflects old issues

During Wednesday night's nearly four-hour meeting, Epic Charter Schools Board members approved their Fiscal Year 2020-2021 financial audit from Arledge & Associates, which identified...
tag agent

The ‘weird political misadventure’ of two tag agent bills

The year before indicted Rep. Terry O'Donnell (R-Catoosa) passed his 2019 bill allowing lawmakers and their families to be appointed Motor License Agents, Sen....

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