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Wednesday, March 15
154

How many state troopers Oklahoma is currently below the minimum manning requirements.

Source: Oklahoma Department of Public Safety

Tuesday, March 14
33%

Percent of children in Oklahoma who have experienced two or more adverse childhood experiences, the highest in the US. The national average is 22% (2011-2012)

Source: KIDSCOUNT

Monday, March 13
$15.05

The gap between the minimum wage in Oklahoma ($7.25) and the hourly wage needed to support a family of four in Tulsa County ($22.30).

Source: MIT Living Wage Calculator via ESRI

Friday, March 10
-$4,642

Average loss of tax credits to purchase insurance for Oklahoma consumers under the proposed Republican health care plan, a 62% decrease and the third biggest loss in the nation

Source: Center on Budget and Policy Priorities

Thursday, March 9
3.4%

Share of the Oklahoma labor force made up of unauthorized immigrants, 2014

Source: Pew Research Center

Wednesday, March 8
-1.3%

Percentage point drop in Oklahoma’s prime-age employment to population ratio from 2015 to 2016, the third largest drop in the U.S.

Source: Governing

Tuesday, March 7
95,000

Estimated unauthorized immigrant population in Oklahoma, 2014

Source: Pew Research Center

Monday, March 6
-5.9%

Change in collections of court costs on felony cases in a sample of 9 Oklahoma district courts between 2003 and 2015. Collections of costs on civil cases rose 87.3% during the same period.

Source: Oklahoma Policy Institute

Friday, March 3
30

Private security guards per 100,000 population in Oklahoma City, 12th least among the nation’s 53 largest metros.

Source: City Observatory

Thursday, March 2
15,187

Number of confirmed cases of child abuse and/or neglect in Oklahoma in 2016

Source: Oklahoma Department of Human Services

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