Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner Glen Mulready is a savvy health care customer.
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Wayne is the editorial pages editor of the Tulsa World and a political columnist. A fourth-generation Oklahoman, he previously served as the World’s city editor for 13 years and as a reporter at the state Capitol of four years. Phone: 918-581-8308
Most teachers are not qualified to teach about Native Americans, and they do not have a curriculum that supports the proper learning of Native American history. Our schools continue to misrepresent Native Americans in front of our very eyes. Rather than recognizing us as living sovereign peoples, they continue to teach that we are relics of the past.
In the order of worship of most Episcopal churches — between the Nicene Creed and the congregational confession — comes the Prayers of the People, a broad intercessory orison that is remarkable in my experience for its specific request — by name — for God's help for the president of the United States, the governor and the local mayor.
In Puerto Rico the Medicaid program is funded with a capped federal block grant. If more people need Medicaid services than the grant funds, there's a problem.
Bridenstine brought a message colored with the imagination of science fiction but populated by the reality of science fact to a Tuesday Tulsa Regional Chamber education forum.
The President of the United States held up Congressionally approved aid to Ukraine for months as he waited for their assurance they would investigate a political rival in his reelection bid. So as Trump played politics, Ukrainians died. Some of whom may have been saved if American military assistance had been in place. There's nothing presidential about this sad story. American and world security demand better than this.
From statehood, the Oklahoma’s Legislature has been gerrymandered.
Unless Gov. Kevin Stitt puts the State Question 802 on a special election ballot or it falls prey to a legal challenge, it will go on the Nov. 3, 2020, general election ballot.
The national discussion about health care has been dominated about access to health care. It's a critical consideration, but not the only consideration.
Economists Emmanuel Saez and Gabriel Zucman of the University of California at Berkeley have gotten a lot of ink recently for their book-length economic analysis of recent American tax history.