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Oklahoma News Report

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Oklahoma News Report

February 16, 2010 (28:40)

A group of state legislators took a look today to the State Medical Examiners Office. Results of their inspection tonight on the ONR. The state Equalization Board is told there will be slightly more money for lawmakers to spend next fiscal year but the state will still be more than a billion dollars short compared to this yearÂ’s budget. State Sen. Tom Adelson says he has found a way to bring in 100Â’s of millions of dollars to state government. The senator wants new oversight of current tax breaks and elimination of those that donÂ’t produce results. The states prescription monitoring program is getting the credit for leading to the arrest of former OSU Basketball Coach Sean Sutton. Tonight we talk live with the Director of the Narcotics bureau about that program.

Originally broadcast on February 16, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

February 11, 2010 (28:39)

A Senate committee approves three bills that would further restrict access to abortions. Oklahoma doctors say plans to further reduce Medicaid reimbursements will force many doctors to leave the state and further restrict access to health care for the states most needy. The House has approved a series of bills to add funding to education, health care, public safety and get the current fiscal year budget back in balance. However, it offers far less funds from the rainy day fund than the Governor wants. Senate President Pro Tem Glenn Coffee says he is pleased that his proposals to opt out of any federal health care reform act are now headed for the Senate floor for a vote. We talk In-Depth with an Oklahoma doctor who has just returned from Haiti about the work that remains there in the recovery effort from a devastating earthquake.

Originally broadcast on February 11, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

February 12, 2010 (28:40)

New figures from the Tax Commission indicate state government may have a little more money to work with this fiscal year and next. The two sides of the debate over monuments to the 10 Commandments on public land from the University of Oklahoma Law School. Former OSU basketball coach Sean Sutton is in jail, accused of trying to illegally obtain painkillers. OklahomaÂ’s high poverty rate gets some of the blame for childhood obesity because it limits access to fresh foods. TonightÂ’s Newsmaker Interview features the leadership of the Oklahoma House and Senate and the Governor, on the budget crisis and much more.

Originally broadcast on February 12, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

February 10, 2010 (28:53)

From the Capitol, we have a report on legislation that would allow teaching of the Bible in certain public school classes. Also, we will look at a bill that would require mobile home parks to have a plan for protecting tenants from tornadoes. We will have a story on a new program in Tulsa that is focused on reducing childhood obesity. In Depth, we talk about the impact of new credit card rules on Oklahomans. In our Preserving History franchise segment, we will have a story on people who are living and working in TulsaÂ’s Brady District.

Originally broadcast on February 10, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

February 9, 2010 (28:39)

New state revenue numbers are out, showing a slight improvement for January. In Depth, we will talk to David Blatt of the Oklahoma Policy Institute about what the numbers mean for the state. Another proposal to eliminate the sales tax on groceries has passed out of a Senate committee and goes to the full Senate. In Preserving History, we will look at what is being done by Fort Gibson to find new sources of revenue. House and Senate Democrats suggest ending the legislative session early to save the state money. Professional hockey is returning to Oklahoma City, as an American Hockey League franchise is moving from Edmonton to the capitol city.

Originally broadcast on February 9, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

February 8, 2010 (28:40)

A new term limit proposal for statewide elected officials has passed out of committee. A bill that would provide for performance pay for teachers has been approved by a house committee. In Depth, we discuss the Tea Party movement with Al Gerhart, founder of the Oklahoma Constitutional Alliance. We learn more about a class on Confucius at Northeastern State University in Broken Arrow. We will have a follow-up on the robbery of the new grocery store in north Tulsa. In our Sunup franchise, we will have the latest on “no-till” farming.

Originally broadcast on February 8, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

February 5, 2010 (28:40)

The governor is now defending his plans to generate more than $660-million in new revenue to help balance next years budget. He is calling on critics to come up with their own plan if they donÂ’t like his. The Tulsa Convention center is filled with thousands of people getting free dental care. Some people have waited in line for two days to get into the free dental clinic and more are already in line for tomorrow. School districts across the state are finding ways to make up the lost time in class because of the winter weather. After missing another four because of the weather, Oklahoma City schools are closed again today this time for parent teacher meetings. ThatÂ’s leading to some parents wondering why their children arenÂ’t in the classroom instead. Tulsa police will no longer respond to the scene of non-injury accidents. But insurance agents are warning that will likely cause a spike in insurance rates for everyone because determining who was at fault in the accident will come down to one personÂ’s word against another. The battle over bringing part of the farm into the big city is being played out as the issue of raising chickens pits neighbor against neighbor with city hall in the middle.

Originally broadcast on February 5, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

February 4, 2010 (28:39)

The purported budget agreement reached by legislative leaders and the governor last month doesn't look like much of an agreement anymore. Senate Pro tem Glenn Coffee and House Speaker Chris Benge have differing views on various components of the budget deal indicating there is not a lot of agreement on key issues of the budget blueprint for fiscal year 2011. Senate staffers have been notified they may be placed on furlough for 12 days during the spring and summer. Similar furloughs are not being planned for House staffers. Facing major cutbacks in funding, some Oklahoma public schools are now looking at bond issues as a way to make up for lost funding from state government. We take a tour of a school that is setting the trend for the future of education in Oklahoma. Crescent High School is all digital which means textbooks have been virtually eliminated. We talk In-Depth tonight with a top official of the Independent Petroleum Producers Association about what they see as the future for the states oil and natural gas industry.

Originally broadcast on February 4, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

February 3, 2010 (28:40)

A senate subcommittee has endorsed a bill to allow high schools to begin offering an elective course in the study of the Bible. Backers say the bill has guidelines to ensure the class focuses on the historical context of scripture and does not become a bible school class. Another senate bill winning initial approval would require new applicants for state welfare benefits to undergo a drug test first. If they fail, benefits would be denied. Several Oklahoma Indian tribes recently received millions of dollars in stimulus funds to develop mass transit. We take a look at how the Muscogee Creek nation is using its funds. A Duncan man found in possession of a grenade launcher that was allegedly stolen from a shipment headed for the troops in Iraq back in 2006, has been indicted by a federal grand jury. 29-year old Charles Alan Dyer is charged with unlawful possession of an unregistered destructive device. We talk In-Depth tonight with a State Wildlife Commission official about a number of new laws that purpose to consolidate various hunting and fishing licenses. And about a bill to allow hunters to use silencers.

Originally broadcast on February 3, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

February 2, 2010 (28:40)

Rural lawmakers are lining up against a proposal in the governors 2011 budget that removes funding from the Rural Economic Action Plan or REAP. The budget consolidates several state agencies and freezes or removes millions in tax breaks. The Corporation Commission joins the growing ranks of state agencies sending workers home without pay to meet budget cuts. Since Thursday, the secure juvenile facility in Manitou has been without power. It also has now lost water supplies. 48 young people are housed at the facility. Work has begun in the Oklahoma House and Senate on the more than 2,000 bills lawmakers faces this session. Right now all the work is focused in committee meetings. Today the Senate Judiciary Committee which takes up several proposed exemptions to the states Open Records Act. A dairy operation that bills itself as “All Natural” is featured in the ONR Living Well segment this evening.

Originally broadcast on February 2, 2010