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Oklahoma News Report

Immigration Bills (2:52)

Featured in It's Your Government

A Senate Committee has approved proposed bills called, “Arizona Plus,” that would deny citizenship to babies born to illegal immigrants. Opponents say the measures are an attack on the 14th Amendment.

Related Topics: News & Public Affairs, Government

Originally broadcast on February 15, 2011


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ONR

February 15, 2011 (28:37)

The Senate Judiciary Committee approves a bill that would deny automatic citizenship to a child born in Oklahoma unless at least one of their parents is a citizen. Another bill approved by the panel puts local police in the business of enforcing immigration laws. The Human Rights Commission would be merged into the Attorney Generals office under a bill that won committee approval in the Senate today. We talk with an independent expert on the states new revenue reports which show millions of dollars above expectations are flowing into state government each month. The state Supreme Court rejects a challenge to the makeup of the states Judicial Nominating Commission, leaving intact the current make up of the commission and clearing the way for Judge Noma Gurich to take the oath as a justice of the states highest court.

Originally broadcast on February 15, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Unique Chocolates (2:54)

Featured in Living Well

Related Topics: Culture & Society, Community, Food

Originally broadcast on February 14, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Arts and Humanities (3:02)

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The Oklahoma Humanities Council is facing additional funding cuts. Ken Busby, Executive Director of the Arts and Humanities Council of Tulsa, says eliminating arts programs will harm Oklahoma.

Related Topics: Arts & Entertainment, Culture & Society, Parents, Performing Arts, Music, Fine Arts, Literature & Writing, Community, Education

Originally broadcast on February 14, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Dating Violence (4:06)

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The rate of dating violence among Oklahoma high school students in more than double the national average. Deb Stanaland, Senior Director of Crisis Response for the YWCA of Oklahoma City, spoke with us about this alarming rate.

Related Topics: Culture & Society, Parents, Community, Gender & Sexual Identity, Issues & Advice

Originally broadcast on February 14, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Health Initiative (3:15)

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Gov. Fallin launched a new health initiative, and cleared-up the mystery over some signs with the number, 5320.

Related Topics: Health, Parents, News & Public Affairs, Fitness & Nutrition, Lifestyle, Healthy Kids, Government, Health, Education

Originally broadcast on February 14, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Education Board Battle (2:16)

Featured in It's Your Government

A Senate bill may redesign the membership of the State Board of Education. Democrats see the measure as a "power grab." Republicans believe it will make the board more accountable.

Related Topics: News & Public Affairs, Government, Education

Originally broadcast on February 14, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Drugs and Prison (1:04)

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Nearly half of all women in Oklahoma prisons are there because of drug-related convictions. In this "Oklahoma Watch" report, we learn that more of these women are participating in alternative sentencing programs, such as Drug Court.

Related Topics: News & Public Affairs, Government, Women, Social Issues

Originally broadcast on February 14, 2011


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ONR

February 14, 2011 (28:38)

The Senate Education Committee votes along party lines for a bill that changes the make-up of the State Board of Education. This bill would put the Governor, Attorney General and Secretary of State back on the board. Huge billboards advertised it for weeks. State officials today launched the “5320” campaign. The number is the symbol for a new health initiative. State officials say that is the number of lives that could be saved each year if the state just met the national average for health measures. Dating violence among Oklahoma high school students is twice the national average. We talk with an expert on the effort to reduce the number of young people who are abused while dating. The Oklahoma Humanities Council is calling on people to tell their Congressman not to cut the budget for the national organization. Funding for the National Endowment for the Humanities is where about half of the Council’s yearly funding comes from.

Originally broadcast on February 14, 2011


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ONR

February 11, 2011 (34:44)

The Tarrant Regional Water District of North Texas is renewing efforts to buy water from southeastern Oklahoma. Officials in Texas say they are encouraged by the business like approach of the new governor and state lawmakers. There currently are $350-million in bond proposals from the Governor and legislature for fiscal year 2012. Much of the proposed new debt would help keep the states budget in balance. Oklahomans with ties to Egypt are celebrating today with the announcement that President Hosni Mubarek is stepping down. In our News Maker Interview we talk with an expert on Middle East politics about the future of Egypt and what a change in power means to the region. Lawmakers are moving to put back in place a tax credit that supporters say helps the state land new jobs in the aerospace industry. A report on the impact of the tax credit on Oklahoma’s job market and the state’s economy.

Originally broadcast on February 11, 2011