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Oklahoma News Report

Tulsa Fire and Accidents (3:08)

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Due to funding concerns, the city council in Tulsa is considering a cost recovery program that will allow first responders to bill motorists at fault in vehicle accidents.

Related Topics: News & Public Affairs, Business & Economy, Government

Originally broadcast on December 20, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

Tulsa Geoscience Center (2:54)

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Funding is uncertain for the Tulsa Geoscience Center.

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Originally broadcast on December 20, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

Newmaker Interview with David Blatt (4:26)

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With the announcement that Oklahoma will face a revenue shortfall of $226 million in the 2011-12 fiscal year, David Blatt with the Oklahoma Policy Institute, joined us to talk about the impact of the budget shortfall.

Related Topics: News & Public Affairs, Business & Economy, Politics

Originally broadcast on December 20, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

Equalization Preview (3:13)

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State treasurer Scott Meacham announced that Oklahoma will face a revenue shortfall of $226 million in the 2011-12 fiscal year. The revenue report indicates that a trigger will be reached that will require a further reduction in taxes.

Related Topics: News & Public Affairs, Travel, Government

Originally broadcast on December 20, 2010


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ONR

December 20, 2010 (28:39)

State Treasurer Scott Meacham releases preliminary budget figures which show the expected budget failure for the next fiscal year is far below all other predictions. The state Equalization Board meets Tuesday to certify those figures which show a budget shortfall of $226-million. On tonight’s Newsmaker Interview, we talk In-Depth with David Blatt with the Oklahoma Policy Institute on the latest figures from state government on revenue projections for the next fiscal year. A newly elected state senator is vowing to introduce a bill next year to put creationism on an equal footing with evolution for students in public schools. State Sen. Josh Brecheen says evolution is a religion so creationism should also be part of the curriculum. The city of Tulsa is now looking at charging for firefighters to show up at the scene of accidents and other incidents as a way to increase revenues to city government.

Originally broadcast on December 20, 2010


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ONR

December 17, 2010 (28:38)

Oklahoma’s unemployment rate remains unchanged at 6.9%. There were small gains in most sectors but those were offset by the loss of more than 14-hundred state and local government jobs. Our special series, “It’s your Government”, features the work of two employees at the Department of Central Services. The Special Projects Unit is spreading the word of new ways for government at all levels to save millions of dollars by making their purchases through state contracts. For example the state is no longer buying new vehicles, instead purchasing used vehicles from the G.S.A. The Chancellor for Higher Education has begun a tour of the state touting the benefits of the Regents new budget request. Chancellor Glenn Johnson is trying to build support for a request that calls for a more than 5% increase in spending. The Owasso School board has done an about face on the Lindsay Henry Scholarship Law. The board voted to follow that law now, which calls for public funds to be given to private schools to accept special needs students.

Originally broadcast on December 17, 2010


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Okla

START Treaty (3:28)

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The U.S. Senate continues debate on the START Treaty with Russia. Some Republicans, including Oklahoma Senator Jim Inhofe, object to the debate being held during the current “lame-duck” session of Congress. Inhofe believes the debate should be postponed until next year.

Related Topics: News & Public Affairs, Government, National Security, Global Affairs

Originally broadcast on December 17, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

Parents as Teachers (3:02)

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Each day, parents from across the state participate in a program called, “Parents as Teachers.” The program is funded by the Oklahoma Department of Education.

Related Topics: News & Public Affairs, Government, Education

Originally broadcast on December 17, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

Regents Agenda (2:58)

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The State Regents for Higher Education are asking lawmakers for a five-and-a-half percent increase in funding.

Related Topics: News & Public Affairs, Government, Education

Originally broadcast on December 17, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

Savings (4:05)

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Tucked away inside the Will Rogers Building at the State Capitol Complex, a couple of state employees at Central Services are working to meet an important deadline. Beginning in January, they will visit with city managers across the state about a new program they believe will save Oklahoma taxpayers millions of dollars a year.

Related Topics: News & Public Affairs, Government

Originally broadcast on December 17, 2010