Monday, October 22, 2018

Civics

Civics
marijuana lawsuits

Lawyer: Medical marijuana restrictions could burn cities

Whole industries are not often born overnight. Medical marijuana presents unique challenges for Oklahoma’s state government: SQ 788 legalized medical marijuana within mere months...
Stitt leads Edmondson

Poll: Kevin Stitt leading Drew Edmondson 47-43

A poll released today shows Kevin Stitt leading Drew Edmondson 46.9 percent to 43.4 percent in the race to become Oklahoma's next governor. Chris...
Oklahoma school funding

Group proposes changes to how Oklahoma funds schools

(Editor’s note: This story was authored by Jennifer Palmer of Oklahoma Watch and appears here in accordance with the non-profit journalism organization’s republishing terms.) Oklahoma...
Oklahoma Uber drivers

Eligible Oklahoma Uber drivers to receive $100 each

A national settlement means Oklahoma Uber drivers who worked for the company in late 2016 will receive $100 each, Attorney General Mike Hunter announced...
physicians offices

The doctor is out: Two threats to physicians’ offices

In my first commentary on NonDoc, I outlined my desire to examine the Amazon-Berkshire Hathaway-Chase Bank collaborative to reform health care by breaking all...
National Voter Registration Day

Make a Voter Hero for #NationalVoterRegistrationDay

Is it the fourth Tuesday of September already? Well, you know what that means: It's National Voter Registration Day! As a function of NonprofitVote.org, National...
Stitt and Edmondsonvideo

Stitt and Edmondson disagree on education, health care

During a gubernatorial forum hosted by The Oklahoman early Monday evening, neither Republican Kevin Stitt nor Democrat Drew Edmondson took a direct shot at...
vices

Editorial: Oklahoma loosens grip on vices

After teachers filled the Oklahoma State Capitol this spring, they returned to classrooms having achieved a primary policy objective to move their state forward:...
Elizabeth Warren

Elizabeth Warren asks Oklahoma teachers ‘to fight’

Standing at a podium in the high school cafeteria where she said she spent "more than a couple hours of detention," U.S. Sen. Elizabeth...
virtual charters

Virtual charters need legislative cost-benefit analysis

In 2017, Oklahoma’s four virtual charter schools had an average daily membership of nearly 12,000 students, but there is no way of knowing how many...

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