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.
“Until our state leaders take that same emphasis on thinking more about tomorrow than today, our state and its people will never reach its full potential.”
-University of Central Oklahoma College of Business Dean Mickey Hepner, speaking at an Oklahoma City Chamber luncheon. Hepner said Oklahoma’s growth is threatened by lawmakers who put shortsighted gains ahead of investing in infrastructure and education (Source: http://bit.ly/1Cam7cw).