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.
“There were calls from the Governor’s Office. We would get word from the Attorney General’s Office that we better hurry up and do something.”
- Michael Oakley, former general counsel for state Department of Corrections, testifying in federal court on Thursday about the rush to locate execution drugs before a botched execution in April. (Source: bit.ly/1C6mx2K)