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Volunteer Dr. Richard V. Smith, physician assistant Lindsay Seal and Steve Turner, director, stand at the entrance of Crossing Community Clinic in The Village. The clinic provides healthcare options for the uninsured.  (Laura Eastes)

Free community clinics serve critical populations in OKC despite implementation of health care reform

Free community clinics serve critical populations in OKC despite implementation of health care reform

“I really mean this,” said Monson. “All the years I had insurance, I never received this type of care.”

House District 85 includes the area on the north side of the Northwest Expressway in this view from the May Avenue overpass.  mh

Candidates in HD85’s GOP primary election face challenges

As the primary election for HD85 nears, Republican contenders expect challenges due to low voter turnout.


News Briefs: direct flights to Seattle, Ten Commandments monument and more

Alaska Airlines creates direct flights to and from Seattle, the Ten Commandments monument must be removed from Oklahoma Capitol grounds and more.

(Madeline Hancock)

Chicken-Fried News: Fallin shows willingness to participate in Obamacare

Gov. Mary Fallin might not be as heartless as once thought when it comes to helping Oklahomans who can’t afford health insurance. Oklahoma Watch reported last month that Fallin has applied for a grant as part of the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, in order to create a health insurance delivery model. Earlier,

Jon Stewart takes on Hobby Lobby

His latest victim is one near and dear to many Oklahomans’ hearts (and vaginas): Hobby Lobby. In the midst of the Supreme Court brouhaha on the Oklahoma Citybased store’s beef with Obamacare — specifically, the law’s insistence that corporations provide its employees with specific types of birth control — Stewart ripped Hobby Lobby’s faith-based objection

Letters to the Editor: April 1, 2014

According to Oklahoma Policy Institute, Fallin has refused to expand Medicaid coverage to 131,000 lowincome Oklahomans. She said no to federal government funding for 100 percent of Oklahomans’ expanded coverage for the first three years, which would have been followed by a gradual reduction of cost coverage to 90 percent by 2020 and thereafter. Since

Technical difficulties

However, the part of the federal system that sends that information has not been completed for all states. Oklahoma, Florida, Texas, Illinois, South Carolina and Arizona are among those still waiting, according to NewsOk.com. “As a result, tens of thousands of applicants have been left in limbo — without coverage that was supposed to begin

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