Able-bodied adults added due to Medicaid expansion are financially prioritized over individuals with developmental disabilities on the waiting list.
Budget & Tax, Education
Gov. Kevin Stitt and legislative leaders have announced a state budget agreement that cuts taxes for all Oklahomans, increases school-choice opportunities for families, and leaves state government with more than $1 billion in savings.
According to Oklahoma City School Board member Ruth Veales, the members of the Oklahoma City school board are themselves racist—and have been for years.
Expansion or creation of new school-choice programs, including Education Savings Accounts (ESAs), could help negate the issue of critical race theory.
The coddle culture of colleges has now bled out into the broader culture and threatens basic freedoms, according to author and former Oklahoma Wesleyan University President Everett Piper.
Hospital officials are urging lawmakers to reject a Medicaid cost-control plan and instead preserve a rapid-pay system that a state audit indicated has resulted in as much as $845 million in ineligible taxpayer-funded payments to providers.
Budget & Tax
Advocates of supersizing Oklahoma’s film-subsidy program to as much as $50 million annually say the program will provide significant economic benefit to Oklahoma.
Education, Family & Community
Gov. Kevin Stitt has signed a bill that prohibits public schools from teaching children that “one race or sex is inherently superior to another race or sex.”
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States like West Virginia and Michigan have recently repealed film subsidy programs, claiming that giving film makers millions in subsidies is simply not worth it.