Education, Health Care

Teachers union, parents, in opposition

As parents across Oklahoma call for local schools to reopen and provide in-person instruction, one of the most vocal opponents they face is the Oklahoma Education Association (OEA), the state affiliate of the National Education Association.

Ray Carter
September 11, 2020
Health Care

Why we pay too much for health care

Thousands of Oklahoma’s are hit with surprise medical bills each year, including those who are insured. Many hospitals go after those who don’t pay their bills.

Kaitlyn Finley
September 1, 2020
Health Care

Medicaid fraud still a problem in Oklahoma

As medical-welfare enrollment continues to grow, it’s imperative that the State of Oklahoma weed out fraud, whether stemming from providers or enrollees.

Kaitlyn Finley
July 22, 2020
Health Care, Family & Community

State increases COVID surge capacity

Oklahoma officials are increasing the number of hospital beds available to better handle a potential surge in COVID-19 cases in Oklahoma.

Ray Carter
July 21, 2020
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