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In The Know: Reforms reduce Oklahoma County jail population, more commutations recommended, and more

In The Know is your daily briefing on Oklahoma policy-related news. Inclusion of a story does not necessarily mean endorsement by the Oklahoma Policy Institute. Click here to subscribe to In The Know and see past editions. New from OK… Read more [More...]

In The Know: Bill would require racial impact statements, state childhood trauma rate improves but still leads nation, and more

In The Know is your daily briefing on Oklahoma policy-related news. Inclusion of a story does not necessarily mean endorsement by the Oklahoma Policy Institute. Click here to subscribe to In The Know and see past editions. New from OK… Read more [More...]

In The Know: Oklahoma sues more opioid manufacturers, expanding occupational licensure, and more

‘Blood on their hands’: Oklahoma sues opioid distributors; Gov. Kevin Stitt gives himself an 'A' for first year; Oklahoma Career Tech seeks to expand training programs for inmates; [More...]

In The Know: Criminal task force report released, Medicaid expansion qualifies for ballot, and more

In The Know is your daily briefing on Oklahoma policy-related news. Inclusion of a story does not necessarily mean endorsement by the Oklahoma Policy Institute. Click here to subscribe to In The Know and see past editions. New from OK… Read more [More...]

In The Know: Mental health groups fill prison re-entry gap, Stitt calls for cutting 25% of state regs, and more

Shorthanded mental health groups prepare for high caseloads after nation’s largest commutation; Sentencing reform; Stitt aims to slash state regulations by 25%; Fees that tribes pay to state in limbo amid compact dispute; [More...]

In The Know: Oklahoma County’s drug court reform, education funding requests, and more

Efforts underway to reform Oklahoma County drug court; Funding education; Officials seek 12% increase in CareerTech funding; Oklahoma lawmaker seeks to strengthen seatbelt laws for 17 and younger; [More...]

In The Know: State higher ed funding lagging, OKC fights ‘food deserts,’ and more

Oklahoma lags behind country in monetary support for higher education; Oklahoma City Council OKs zoning to fight 'food desert'; Cell by Cell: The complete list of people who died in Oklahoma jails in 2020; [More...]

In The Know: Criminal justice reform report to be released, felony reclassification proposal, and more

In The Know is your daily briefing on Oklahoma policy-related news. Inclusion of a story does not necessarily mean endorsement by the Oklahoma Policy Institute. Click here to subscribe to In The Know and see past editions. New from OK… Read more [More...]

In The Know: State revenue projections, addressing teacher shortages, proposal to increase minimum wage, and more

Capitol Insider: Revenue estimate predicts flat state budget; Oklahoma legislators file bills to fight statewide teacher shortage; Higher minimum wage sought for Oklahoma; [More...]

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