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"… der more than once is ineligible to apply for a waiver. Douglas Stump, an Oklahoma lawyer and president-elect of the American Immigration Lawyers Association …"

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"… d up in foreign capitals, and domestically, in statehouses such as that in Oklahoma. And NJOY’s entry into the federal-level fray follows some low-level lob …"

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"… he State Integrity Investigation, to bolster open government practices. In Oklahoma, Finance Secretary Preston Doerflinger said his agency had improved online …"

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"… oth Hogan Lovells and J.C. Watts Compannies, the firm headed by the former Oklahoma Republican congressman who played quarterback for the University of Oklaho …"

"… lahoma Republican congressman who played quarterback for the University of Oklahoma and then professionally in the Canadian Football League. Administration o …"

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"… be armed include Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Georgia, Illinois, Maryland, Oklahoma and South Carolina. Texas and Utah already allow licensed gun owners to ta …"

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"… . The health insurance cash cow is about to run dry. …"

"… ll be up and running as mandated by the reform law. And this is where that Oklahoma story is so enlightening. Oklahoma is one of 26 states to tell the federa …"

"… the reform law. And this is where that Oklahoma story is so enlightening. Oklahoma is one of 26 states to tell the federal government it has no interest in o …"

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"… another ATF-hater, Timothy McVeigh, blew up the Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, Okla., killing 168 people — including 19 children under the age of …"

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"… h high school. Legislators in various states, including South Carolina and Oklahoma, are considering legislation to allow teachers or other staff to have guns …"

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"… ore had tribal sovereign immunity. Those tribes are the Miami and Modoc of Oklahoma and the Santee Sioux of Nebraska. The attorney general of Colorado spent …"

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"… w in 1985, but no state would pass it again until 2001, when 54 percent of Oklahomans approved a “right-to-work” constitutional amendment. The text o …"

"… roved a “right-to-work” constitutional amendment. The text of the Oklahoma law matched, word-for-word, that of ALEC’s model bill. In 2012, a s …"

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"… up one open seat each in Arkansas, California, Indiana, North Carolina and Oklahoma currently held by Democrats who retired or ran for another office. …"

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"… , Illinois, Pennsylvania, Indiana, Texas, West Virginia, Alaska, New York, Oklahoma, Maine and Utah. Grades of D or D- went to Maryland, Arkansas and Nevada. …"

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"… s. Construction has begun on the southern portion of the pipeline, between Oklahoma and Texas, but the northern section is on hold pending further analysis by …"

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"… y. And that’s that. The bar has begun, and the applicant cannot return. Oklahoma lawyer Douglas Stump, president-elect of the American Immigration Lawyers …"

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"… ing errrors, including one review in March of emergency rooms in Texas and Oklahoma that found $45 of every $100 was “paid in error.” Officials worry that …"

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"… in half the records it reviewed. A similar audit in Colorado, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas reported a 91% error rate for billing for office visits, for ins …"

"… ado, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and West Virginia. …"

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"… alth records figured prominently in a critical Medicare audit of Texas and Oklahoma hospital emergency rooms in March. The audit concluded that $45.14 of ever …"

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"… in half the records it reviewed. A similar audit in Colorado, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas reported a 91% error rate for billing for office visits. Billy …"

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"… n had a budget of $725,000 in 1999; now, it’s at less than $284,000. The Oklahoma Ethics Commission only has one investigator and one attorney among its fiv …"

"… ion, admittedly a much larger agency than its counterparts in Colorado and Oklahoma, suffered a 25 percent decrease in its funding, from $2.1 million in 2007 …"

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"… rm bill and its food stamp provisions. Versions of the ad ran in Missouri, Oklahoma and Iowa. They urged voters to contact their congressmen: Rep. Steve …"

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"… private companies have given $1 million to Restore Our Future:Florida- and Oklahoma-based Rooney Holdings, Inc.Utah-based Eli Publishing, Inc.Utah-based F8 LL …"

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