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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 …"

Excerpts from this story referencing Oklahoma

Excerpts from this story referencing Oklahoma

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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. …"

Excerpts from this story referencing Oklahoma

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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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"… nprofit, American Commitment, began airing radio ads in Iowa, Missouri and Oklahoma opposing the farm bill being debated in Congress and Reps. Steve King, R-I …"

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"… rth Carolina, Jim Matheson of Utah, Mike Ross of Arkansas and Dan Boren of Oklahoma. All five voted against the law's passage in 2010. Boren, Ro …"

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"… ielded from the public forever.Leaving Out the LegislatureIn February, the Oklahoma Senate passed a controversial “Personhood Amendment,” which would gran …"

"… ough the Republican-dominated House, but never made it that far. In April, Oklahoma House Republicans met privately in a caucus before the bill reached the Ho …"

"… gislature is exempt from the state’s open records and open meetings laws.Oklahoma does not give that same level of protection to any other entity in the sta …"

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"… lers, with 108, followed by New York with 83 and Illinois with 49. Hawaii, Oklahoma, Indiana, Oregon and the Virgin Islands each are home to one bundler. Ther …"

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"… this week that tore the face off the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City. But nagging controversy over the completeness of its investigation i …"

"… ng that details the bureaucratic dysfunction during the probe.The book, “Oklahoma City: What the Investigation Missed and Why It Still Matters,” by Andrew …"

"… . Many had ties to Elohim City, a 240-acre religious compound in northeast Oklahoma that was home to a community of white supremacists. The ATF and FBI never …"

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"… Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Louisiana, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia — saying it did n …"

"… the efforts to limit the supply for executions may be having some effect. Oklahoma only has enough pentobarbital to execute three more people, said Jerry Mas …"

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"… the FTC is also suing business leaders from the Miami and Modoc tribes of Oklahoma and the Santee Sioux tribe of Nebraska who claim to own and manage the bus …"

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"… Among them: Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan, Montana, Nevada, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Carolina, Tennessee Texas, Utah, Washington and West Virgin …"

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