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OKG Newsletter


Topic: economic

‘Marijuana is here to stay’


Letters to the Editor

Ron Ferrell
When I moved to Oklahoma City in the 1980s, there was “liquor by the wink,” and the other loophole was to bring your own bottle in order to have a cocktail, or become a member of that club. Liquor by the drink was illegal, but there were ways around the law.
 
Wednesday, March 16, 2011

How to not screw up

Helpful reminders for small businesses as the recession ends


Features

Gazette staff
Now that the economic recovery is well under way, this is not the time to screw up a small business, warns Jim Muehlhausen, CPA and author of “The 51 Fatal Business Errors and How to Avoid Them.”
 
Wednesday, June 1, 2011

For art’s sake

A new nonprofit seeks to educate Oklahomans on the importance of art.


News

Ryan Querbach
Amid proposed budget cuts to state art funding, three arts leaders have established the first nonprofit to formally advocate for public funding of the arts.
 
Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Buy now!

Consumer confidence in homebuying rising


Features

Gazette staff
Now — yes, right now! — is a great time to buy a home, said two-thirds of Americans in a new poll.
 
Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Candidates and early childhood education


Commentary

Craig Knutson
With 90 percent of brain development occurring in the first three years of life, investing in early childhood may be one of the most crucial steps toward establishing long-term economic success of our state. Mental, physical and psychological and social skills can be either stunted or nurtured by the quality of parenting and child care received by Oklahoma infants and toddlers.
 
Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Quality costs

In an active year for the state’s Quality Jobs Program, 10 companies received more than $38 million in taxpayer funds.


News

Clifton Adcock
Ten companies received more than half of $68 million in taxpayer money distributed to businesses last fiscal year under the state’s Quality Jobs Program.
 
Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Over-regulating energy costs jobs


Commentary

Brian Bush
As state policymakers debate how to increase Oklahoma’s historically significant role in energy exploration and production, I hope that both state and federal officials will keep in mind the growing concern among voters regarding unnecessary federal regulations that are hamstringing our energy industry.
 
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
 
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