Extending the Ladder: How microcredit expands economic opportunity

This post was written by OK Policy intern John Davis. John recently graduated from Oklahoma State University with a bachelors in political science and a minor in history. He enjoys researching and writing on a diversity of topics and looks… Read more [More...]

Upcoming Event: 6th Annual Indian Country Business Summit, Aug. 26-28

The American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Oklahoma (AICCO), the Tribal Government Institute (TGI), and the Oklahoma Bid Assistance Network (OBAN) will host the sixth annual Indian Country Business Summit on August 26th-28th, 2012 in Norman Oklahoma. Convening for the… Read more [More...]

Health care reform (4): Tax credits for small business

This is the fourth in an ongoing series of posts looking at the impact of the new federal health care reform law on Oklahoma and Oklahomans. Our previous posts have explored the “cliff effect” , the  impact on state budgets… Read more [More...]

What if we just left health care alone?

Health care reform is in the news. We have the world’s most expensive health care system, but our health care outcomes are not that good and we still leave one-sixth of Americans under age 65 without insurance coverage. President Obama… Read more [More...]