An entrepreneurial economy—if you can keep it

Does America still want to have a free and growing entrepreneurial economy?

Greg Forster, Ph.D.
December 17, 2020
Economy, Family & Community

Carl’s story: A small business owner

When businesses across the country were forced to close, it had catastrophic results not only for the owners, but for employees who needed the paycheck to feed their families and pay their rent.

Dave Bond
December 14, 2020
Economy, Family & Community

Some COVID restrictions eased as other new measures imposed

State officials have announced new restrictions on public gatherings while also easing quarantine restrictions and said COVID-19 infections may be plateauing in Oklahoma.

Ray Carter
December 10, 2020
Economy, Energy

State treasurer restates warning about oilfield woes

Oil field struggles continue to negatively impact Oklahoma government revenue, leading State Treasurer Randy McDaniel to again warn lawmakers that tough financial times lie ahead.

Ray Carter
December 8, 2020
Economy, Energy

Oil prices impacting state finances

A new report from the state treasurer shows that the ongoing crash in oil-and-gas prices continues to hammer Oklahoma government finances and indicates lawmakers could face a shortfall in the 2021 session.

Ray Carter
November 5, 2020
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