Oklahoma lawmakers haven’t fixed the budget hole yet, but they have applauded state football and academic champions, authorized replicas or statues of historical documents on public property and created specials license plates.
The Oklahoma government is considering more tax cuts despite an estimated $868 million budget shortfall.
Together Oklahoma and Let’s Fix This, Oklahoma! work to engage citizens in government.
Oklahoma City Council and others seek reforms and more transparency in Oklahoma tax laws.
Oklahoma coaches are high-tailing it to Arkansas, seeking better pay and retirement packages.
Local organizers raise money for Classen School of Advanced Studies with a barbecue.
“We have waited and waited for our government to do something, and that hasn’t happened,” Flores said.
This article is superb, from my point of view, particularly for completing the story of the Kiowa Six and Lois Smoky as told by Ms. Satepauhoodle-Mikkanen.