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

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Medical marijuana tax money not going to designated areas

State Question 788 designated that money exceeding the budgeted amount needed to run the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority should be divided 75/25 between education and drug and alcohol rehabilitation, but OMMA has retained all of the $2.8million in November revenue.

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300 New Oklahoma Laws in Effect November 1st

Permitless carry, potentially increased highway speeds, requirement of parental or legal guardian authorization for child vaccinations at school, and SQ 780 retroactively applied to felons for charges that are now misdemeanors are among 300 new laws that take effect in

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Constitutional Carry in Oklahoma

“The National Rifle Association’s Institute for Legislative Action (NRA-ILA) welcomes Oklahoma as the newest constitutional carry state. Constitutional carry, now the law in 16 states across the country, allows law-abiding citizens to carry concealed firearms without first getting government permission

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The Attorney General Is Determined to Undermine Your Privacy

“The Department of Justice claims to support “strong encryption, which is used by billions of people every day for services such as banking, commerce, and communications.” Yet the department is actively working to weaken encryption, lest fully secure communications frustrate law

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