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In The Know: Possible new timeline for Governor’s Medicaid proposal, criminal justice reform rallies held, and more

Exclusive: Stitt’s plan would implement full Medicaid expansion as early as July; Oklahoma lawmakers exchange Valentine's Day compliments but disagree about Medicaid expansion; Rep. Andy Fugate: StittCare riskier than proven Medicaid expansion option; [More...]

In The Know: Oklahoma to resume executions, Juvenile Affairs director resigning, and more

Steve Buck resigning from Office of Juvenile Affairs; Lethal announcement: Oklahoma to resume executions this year; More Oklahoma inmates released under recent law; [More...]

In The Know: Meeting needs for DHS waiting list, new state brand unveiled, and more

State's developmental disabilities services waiting list a budget priority for Stitt; $13 million in limbo while Stitt, tribes battle; New Oklahoma logo, brand unveiled; [More...]

In The Know: The ‘Medicaid expansion showdown,’ Epic charter schools fined, and more

A Medicaid expansion showdown 10 years in the making; State education department fines Epic $530,000; State Senate panel passes bill to help out-of-state teachers get started in Oklahoma; [More...]

In The Know: Education linked to post-prison success, mediation ordered for gaming dispute, and more

Oklahoma ill-prepared to help incarcerated people needing education, according to national report; Pardon and Parole Board discusses proposal to consolidate agency with Department of Corrections; Judge orders mediation in compact dispute between Gov. Stitt and Oklahoma's gaming tribes; [More...]

In The Know: Gov. Stitt commutes 147 more under HB 1269, re-imagining state government structure, and more

Governor signs commutations for 147 more drug offenders eligible under HB 1269; Stitt administration hires consultants to reimagine state government structure; Legislators, Stitt seek civil service changes for state employees; [More...]

In The Know: U.S. House condemns new Medicaid option, anti-gerrymandering petition refiled, and more

U.S. House condemns Medicaid option embraced by Stitt; State Medicaid plan would start in 2022; Anti-gerrymandering group refiles redistricting petition; [More...]

In The Know: Cost of living adjustments, mental health needs, and more

Lawmakers to weigh COLA proposals for retired public employees; Still no date set for Medicaid expansion ballot initiative; For those struggling with addiction or mental health, Oklahoma jails can be deadly; [More...]

In The Know: Redistricting ballot initiative, corrections funding, and more

Oklahoma Supreme Court nixes redistricting proposal; DOC withdraws demand for $1 billion for prison improvements; Five things to know about the Oklahoma Legislature; [More...]

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