March 21st, 2013
We continue to follow counterproductive policies that push Oklahomans trying to escape addiction into a downward spiral, and the problem is growing more costly to taxpayers every year.
“Any cuts at this point are going to be monumental simply because education has not been funded at an adequate rate for many years. There’s only so many hits that a group can take and continue to sustain.”
- Moore Public Schools Superintendent Robert Romines, on reports that the State Department of Education may receive a 2 – 4 percent budget cut this year. Oklahoma has made the deepest cuts to school funding in the US since 2008. (Source)