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Jason Nelson speaks during a Education Spending Accounts forum at Bishop McGuinness High School, Thursday, Jan. 21, 2016.  (Garett Fisbeck)

State legislators renew efforts to start education savings accounts

School choice was the subject of conversation at recent forums at two Oklahoma City private schools.

Crossing Obamacare

The Christian faith of Hobby Lobby’s sole owners, the Green family, is as ubiquitous as the Christian pop songs on the chain’s satellite radio station. All stores close on Sundays, and full-page newspaper ads quoting scripture have become a tradition on Christian holidays. Mardel, a smaller chain under the same ownership, specializes in Christian merchandise.

Enterprising methods

The pressing question is: How could one spend six hours in the back of a store mixing “ingredients” before employees thought to investigate her odd behavior? Oh, wait — we’re talking about a Walmart. Never mind. According to authorities, Halfmoon couldn’t afford to purchase the necessary chemicals, so she improvised. With a previous drug record

Enterprising methods

The pressing question is: How could one spend six hours in the back of a store mixing “ingredients” before employees thought to investigate her odd behavior? Oh, wait — we’re talking about a Walmart. Never mind. According to authorities, Halfmoon couldn’t afford to purchase the necessary chemicals, so she improvised. With a previous drug record

Calculated account

In his self-published book “Walmart’s Egonomics: The Greed Behind the Smiley Face,” Charles H. Hood documented his unsuccessful struggle to provide Walmart customers with calculators and advertising mounted on the handles of Walmart shopping carts. Hood, who retired from the ad agency business in 1990, once served as chairman of Ackerman, Hood and McQueen. In

Downtown gets down

More small-business owners flock to renovated buildings along Main and Gray as the area gains a reputation as one of Central Oklahoma’s most vibrant and eccentric districts, defined by locally owned boutiques, galleries, pubs and diners celebrating a progressive arts scene. The unique sense of community convinced Corey and Julia Gingerich to leave Los Angeles

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