Supporters of an American Indian cultural center say the results of a state audit boost chances of completing the beleaguered project.
News Tim Farley
A state audit that found no wrongdoing within the Native American
Cultural and Educational Authority (NACEA) during the last nine years
has given new life to a multimillion-dollar project in Oklahoma City.
Commentary Bill Bleakley
Most of us in Oklahoma City have no doubts that we need a new convention
center and supported it with our votes in the MAPS 3 election. The Cox
Convention Center is outdated and inadequate for our needs and it can’t
be effectively modernized.
Proponents of the state’s film rebate program hope to keep the incentive from fading to black.
News Liz Blood
Supporters of Oklahoma’s film rebate program say the failure of state
legislators to extend it this year could be a lethal blow to the film
industry unless it’s remedied during next legislative session.
State Sen. Kyle D. Loveless
An almost $4 billion economic impact will elevate our city and state
once the American Indian Cultural Center and Museum is finished and
opened. In addition to the economic benefits, however, there also would
be tremendous cultural and artistic benefits that the AICCM would bring.