“The #MeToo movement shows that women are not alone in this,” Waggoner said. “And when we rise together and unite, things can change.”
“I think one of the quickest ways to get a book read is to ban it,” Cheek said as she worked at Norman Public Library West.
OKWC worked with lawmakers to help pass eight bills during the most recent legislative session.
Oklahomans for Criminal Justice Reform is working to change laws for low-level offenders in the state and better fund rehabilitation programs.
Oklahoma lawmakers propose bill to protect workers seeking equal pay.
Although the topic of reproductive rights came up across the national political scene and appeared to take center stage in Oklahoma by way of the proposed personhood bill, there was much more that happened at the state Capitol worth sharing. For one, House Bill 2396, co-authored by Rep. Wade Rousselot, D-Wagoner, and Sen. Kim David,…