Wayne Greene

Editorial Pages Editor

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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.

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.

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Certainly in the case of the hospitals, expansion would help a lot, rural more than urban. Less directly so for the other services, such as those Skyler needs.

Wayne Greene

Services such as in-home care and community homes are funded by Medicaid, which is state administered and funded with state and federal money.

Wayne Greene

Interesting question. I asked it myself when she submitted the op/ed. Here's her response:

The legislature did pass Katie’s Law that included intractable epilepsy, but not all seizure disorders. The list of patients eligible is limited under current law. For instance, there is more tha…

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According to muninetguide.com Oklahoma's 2016 violent crime rate was 21.5 percent higher than the national median, and the property crime rate was 15.5 percent higher. So, your premise is wrong.

Wayne Greene

When other states, including Texas, enacted smart-on-crime reforms, their crime rates went down.

Wayne Greene

When Rep. Scott Fetgatter proposed lowering the supermajority to 60 percent his House Joint Resolution 1050 was attacked by Democrats and the most conservative members of the Republican Party. It survived by one vote but at the two-thirds supermajority level.

Wayne Greene

You mean, what has he done other than the whole Civil War thing?

Wayne Greene

I'm sorry you think I'm ignoring you, although this is the first time you made it clear in this thread that you were somehow talking about citizenship status. About 22,000 pregnant women are on Medicaid in Oklahoma, less than 3 percent of the total Medicaid population. Some of them may not b…

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