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Today you have to know that the proposed Tulsa city budget for financial 12 months 2015 would eradicate 228 roles, including 66 school crossing guards.
The outcome of Oklahoma’s first high-stakes reading test for third-graders are due out Friday, but legislation (HB 2625) that could restore control to parents and teachers over whether or not to retain pupils continues to be in limbo. Into the latest tale for okay Policy’s “Neglected Oklahoma” series, an Oklahoma mom explains just exactly just how using an online payday loan to help keep the warmth fired up throughout the winter has left her hidden with debt.
Governor Fallin finalized 17 bills into legislation Tuesday, including a measure public that is requiring students to recite the Pledge of Allegiance one or more times per week and a measure reducing the age and training needs in order to become a situation trooper. The Legislature delivered to the governor a bill to help make Highway Patrol dashcam videos at the mercy of the Open Records Act. Oklahoma is seeing much longer dry spells, smaller winters and a lot more ragweed pollen because of international environment change, based on an important report released because of the national government. A big grass fire northwest of Woodward prompted my response many evacuations and it is being battled by fire teams from three states.
The Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals ruled that Oklahoma must react by Thursday up to a death line inmate’s request at the least a six-month delay of their scheduled execution pending an assessment in to the state’s botched execution the other day.