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Students from other states and countries would be accepted at the Oklahoma School of Science and Math under legislation advanced through a House committee Wednesday.
A legislative panel on Wednesday passed a measure outlining a $7.1 billion state budget for fiscal year 2014.
Oklahoma voters in 2010 passed, by a large margin, State Question 755, an amendment to the state Constitution that banned the application of foreign law, particularly Shariah law, a strict Muslim code, in Oklahoma courts.
Senate Energy Committee Chairman Sen. Cliff Branan says he hasn't decided whether to hear the bill.
A bill that was more notable for the rhetoric it has generated than its actual final content brought out the Bibles, law books, constitutions and Founding Fathers quotes in the Oklahoma House of Representatives on Wednesday.
The state's new A-F school grading system was given an 'incomplete' by the Oklahoma House of Representatives on Tuesday.
Some people simply see or believe things that most people don't. Other people espouse things that are nothing more than preposterous.
A new report by the Oklahoma Policy Institute and Community Action Project of Tulsa County calls for more funding and better planning to improve reading achievement in light of a looming requirement to hold back third-graders who can't read at grade level.
The Oklahoma House has postponed a vote on a bill by Republican Rep. Lee Denney that is intended to shield minors from prostitution charges in certain cases.
An Oklahoma committee that was formed to repel federal involvement in Oklahoma affairs is set to look at a bill prohibiting health care providers from asking their patients if they own a gun.
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