These go up to 11: Sorting the State Questions on the November Ballot

Oklahoma voters have the great good fortune this November to decide the fate of no less than 11 proposed constitutional amendments on matters ranging from education funding and health care reform to judicial nominations and (we kid you not) Sharia… Read more [More...]

Guest blog (Ryan Kiesel): SQ 756 – Voters to decide fate of health care reform. But not really

Ryan Kiesel, the author of this guest blog, has served as State Representative from District 28 since 2004 and is not seeking reelection. ┬áRyan is the leader of the Oklahoma Lawyer Chapter of the American Constitution Society. This November, Oklahoma… Read more [More...]

Guest Blog (Brad Byers): Health care reform – the battle between fact and myth

From time to time, we use the OK Policy blog to post contributions from guests on important policy issues for the state. Brad Byers is a retired Tulsan whose professional experience includes having been public affairs officer for the National… Read more [More...]