Budget & Tax
SB 608 may violate parts of the Oklahoma state constitution.
The president of the University of Oklahoma has declared his opposition to a bill that prohibits colleges from requiring students to take any orientation “that presents any form of race or sex stereotyping or a bias on the basis of race or sex".
Budget & Tax, Family & Community
States like West Virginia and Michigan have recently repealed film subsidy programs, claiming that giving film makers millions in subsidies is simply not worth it.
Family & Community
Barbara Young, Oklahoma City's newest councilwoman, attended OCPA's Fears Fellowship, calling it “food for the soul” that ratified and strengthened views she had developed long before her first run for public office.
Efforts are underway to block Governor Kevin Stitt’s plan to reform Oklahoma’s Medicaid program and help manage the rising costs of the medical welfare program.
A University of Oklahoma law professor is a member of the Facebook Oversight Board that has upheld the platform’s suspension of former President Donald Trump.
One of Oklahoma’s largest faith-based universities is among 25 higher education institutions named in a federal class-action lawsuit recently brought against the U.S. Department of Education.
While many thought lessons of racism were a thing of the past, critics say “critical race theory” has revived them in modified form.
The Oklahoma House of Representatives recently passed Senate Bill 131, which would greatly increase the size and scope of the Oklahoma Health Care Authority.
A new report issued by the Christopher C. Gibbs College of Architecture (GCA) at the University of Oklahoma reveals that students and staff in the architecture program could soon be evaluated for their support of “anti-racist” beliefs.