The ongoing political furor over health insurance reached a fevered pitch on Monday when House Speaker T.W. Shannon torpedoed Gov. Mary Fallin's plan to salvage a state-subsidized health insurance plan that faces closing down.
While they represent decidedly different religious beliefs, Sherman and Biggs, as a result of their upbringing and education, appreciate the value of and need for interfaith cooperation. They have not only provided outstanding spiritual leadership to their own congregations, they have been beacons of religious tolerance for all of Tulsa.