Bill introduced that would end Oklahoma death penalty

“Oklahoma State Representative Jason Dunnington filed House Bill 2876, which, if signed into law, would remove the death penalty as an option for sentencing in the state of Oklahoma.” Article by David Wheaton  

Stitt Plans Significant State Deregulation

“Gov. Kevin Stitt says he wants to slash state regulations by the end of his term in 2023.” Article by Ray Carter Photo by Donald Giannatti on Unsplash

Opinion: Should It Be Illegal To Sleep Outside?

“The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development says homelessness has dropped over the past decade, but the number of homeless people who don’t have anywhere to stay is beginning to grow and become more visible.” Article by Scott Simon

Civil rights group sues over Oklahoma bail practices

On Tuesday, the ACLU filed a lawsuit alleging unconstitutional discrimination by the Canadian County bail system against the poor and disabled. Article by Sean Murphy AP Photo by Sue Ogrocki

Oklahoma Governor Opposes Criminal Justice Initiative

“Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt says he opposes a proposed state question that would restrict prosecutors from using previous felony convictions to enhance sentences in certain criminal cases.” Article by Associated Press

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