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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.
math wars

Ending the math wars

Everyone needs to know the mechanical methods of paper-and-pencil arithmetic. The technical term for these methods is algorithm. Much of high school and college...
Our Brand Is Crisis

Our Brand Is Crisis features overlooked performances

Last weekend, two movies that are becoming a rare breed were released in theaters: the behind-the-scenes chronicle of drama during Dan Rather’s CBS ousting in...
Elections in Native America

‘Elections in Native America are complicated’

The Muscogee (Creek) Nation's legislative body formally requested international election monitors from the Carter Center for this year's principal chief election, which concludes Saturday. But Carter Center staff told NonDoc...
OCPA

ACLU & OCPA: Advocacy groups create ‘reporting’ arms

Two prominent political advocacy organizations have created "news" arms in Oklahoma, hiring experienced journalists to tell stories they believe the mainstream media miss. While the ACLU...
bribed votevideo

Meeting on bribed vote prohibits public comment

If at first you don't succeed, try, try again. In the matter of one bribery case, Oklahoma Corporation Commission chairman Bob Anthony has been seeking...
I am not a Republican anymore

‘I realized I am not a Republican anymore’

I am 32 years old, and, earlier this year, I completed and submitted my voter registration form. It wasn’t the first time I had filled...
abortion

Turtle nets and abortion: Laws changed while you slept

While you were (likely) sleeping, calendars flipped to Nov. 1, and it quickly became illegal to "text" while driving in Oklahoma. Media coverage of this...
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...

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