Family & Community

School-choice supporter wins Senate race

In a race that included a strong focus on school choice, Republican candidate Jake Merrick defeated Democratic candidate Molly Ooten by a margin of nearly two to one.

Ray Carter
April 7, 2021
Family & Community

Paycom CEO verbally sparred with Coburn over tax increases

In a Nov. 27, 2017 letter, Paycom CEO Chad Richison verbally attacked former U.S. Sen. Tom Coburn and former Gov. Frank Keating, characterizing them as working “against our future with constant negative rhetoric and no workable solutions.”

Ray Carter
March 15, 2021
Law & Principles, Family & Community

Paycom, having lost in court, tries to avoid paying up

Despite having lost in court, Paycom is trying to delay the process that requires them to pay fees and a penalty for their abusive use of the justice system. In response, OCPA President Jonathan Small issued following comment.

Staff
March 4, 2021
Family & Community, Good Government
Family & Community

Paycom demanded New Yorker travel to OKC despite pandemic

Even as Paycom CEO Chad Richison advocated for airline-travel restrictions in Oklahoma to reduce COVID-19 spread, the $22 billion tech company was simultaneously trying to force a former employee to travel from New York to Oklahoma for a deposition, even though New York then led the nation in viral infections.

Ray Carter
March 1, 2021
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