Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Civics

NonDoc covers the civic realm across Oklahoma, examines national international policy issues, and publishes commentary on these topics from diverse voices. As a site category, "Civics" includes the subcategories Education, Health Care and Politics, which are used when applicable.

Civics

NonDoc covers the civic realm across Oklahoma, examines national international policy issues, and publishes commentary on these topics from diverse voices. As a site category, "Civics" includes the subcategories Education, Health Care and Politics, which are used when applicable.
Stephanie Bice

Q&A — Sen. Stephanie Bice: ‘Art of compromise’ lost

Fourth-generation Oklahoman Stephanie Bice holds a rare office: She is one of only six women in the state's 48-member Senate. Serving as a Republican...
Simone Fulmer

Q&A: Simone Fulmer — Many don’t even know a lawyer

Simone Fulmer is one of the few women in Oklahoma City leading a plaintiff law firm. A mother of two children, Simone opened Fulmer...
Scott Pruitt

Scott Pruitt and the ‘best interests’ of Oklahomans

Politicians pander. It's a necessary evil in their quest to obtain and maintain a position of relative power. When the tenure of your job rests...
It's your money

Even though ‘it’s your money,’ apathy reigns supreme

Recall the old PR-professional’s riddle. OK, fine. I'm the originator, but it goes like this: If you announce a press conference and no press show up, is...
Judge Phil Lujan

Q&A: Judge Phil Lujan — ‘I can’t say I liked law school’

Recently, NonDoc contacted Citizen Potawatomi Nation Judge Phil Lujan about social and legal issues facing Oklahoma's Native American community. Here, the chief district judge...
Narconon Arrowhead

Narconon Arrowhead has new license, criticism remains

After years of bad publicity, a controversial drug-rehab facility in southeastern Oklahoma associated with Scientology has been reorganizing operations. Some Oklahomans still want the public warned...
mass shootings

Website seeks to prevent murder and mass shootings

A few nights after the Oct. 1 shooting at Umpqua Community College, James Kimmel, Jr., a lecturer in psychiatry at Yale, lay awake in bed...
Boren

Boren launches campaign to fund education through tax

At 74 years old, David Boren can still give a speech. The OU president, former U.S. Senator and former governor gave a fiery one Wednesday...
Debby Hampton

Q&A: Debby Hampton — ‘One of the most giving states’

Debby Hampton is president and chief executive officer of United Way of Central Oklahoma. The organization funds more than 125 charitable programs and, in...
Section 8

Landlords refuse Section 8 renters in Austin

Heiwa Salovitz lived in his East Austin apartment for three years before he decided to move. It wasn’t because the Villas on Sixth —...

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