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Challenged Laws

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Next week, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on the constitutionality of the federal health care law, the Affordable Care Act. It's one of the most anticipated high court cases in several years. State laws can also wind up in court, facing a legal challenge. Laws on abortion, immigration, English only, the Ten Commandments are some of them - hot button topics that push the legal envelope and can have the polarizing power to bring people to the polls.

Related Topics: Government, Politics

Originally broadcast on March 23, 2012


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Open Carry Law

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The Oklahoma House and Senate have each passed their own version of a bill to allow people with permits to carry a concealed weapon to also carry that weapon in the open. Twice before such measures have failed to win approval but this year passage appears likely.

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Originally broadcast on March 23, 2012


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Quality Jobs Program

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Oklahoma's quality jobs program gives companies up to a 5% rebate on payroll taxes for creating new and high-paying jobs. It has created an estimated 16-billion dollars in payroll since its inception in the early 1990's and is considered the state's premier economic incentive to grow business. However, the move to eliminate the state income tax has raised questions about the funding and future of this highly-regarded program.

Related Topics: Business & Economy, Politics

Originally broadcast on March 23, 2012


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Obama in Cushing

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President Obama made a stopover in Oklahoma this week as part of his four-state energy tour. The president used a pipe yard near Cushing as a back-drop to defend his call for a diversified energy policy and announce his administration is fast-tracking completion of the southern leg of Trans-Canada's Keystone XL pipeline. While in Oklahoma, the president explained how oil production is a key element of what he calls his "all-of-the-above" energy policy. David May, Director of Energy Programs at the Oklahoma City University Meinders School of Business joined Dick Pryor to discuss the president’s speech.

Related Topics: Business & Economy, Politics, Environment, Energy & Environment

Originally broadcast on March 23, 2012


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Highway 9 Spiro Mounds

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About seven miles outside of Spiro in far eastern Oklahoma can be found the remains of what was--at one time--one of the most vibrant and dominant cultures in all of North America. It's a piece of history dating back more than a thousand years, located just north of Oklahoma's Highway 9.

Related Topics: Civilizations, United States, Archaeology

Originally broadcast on March 16, 2012


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Lilly Ledbetter 2

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For nineteen years, Lilly Ledbetter worked at the Goodyear tire plant in Gadsden, Alabama. She rose to manager, received regular pay raises and earned a top performer award. Little did she know she was making 40% less than her male counterparts...until she received an anonymous note. That prompted a lawsuit and a ten year legal battle that culminated with a change in the law, giving women a better chance to receive equal pay for equal work. Lilly Ledbetter achieved a rare distinction: she fought back against the U.S. Supreme Court, and won, and saw the new law named in her honor. We recently spoke with Lilly Ledbetter about her battle for women's rights. Lilly Ledbetter’s story is detailed in her new memoir, "Grace and Grit: My Fight For Equal Pay and Fairness At Goodyear and Beyond."

Related Topics: Business & Economy, Government, Women, Biography & Profiles

Originally broadcast on March 16, 2012


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This Week in Business 3-16-12

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Journal Record Managing Editor Ted Streuli joins us with some of the other stories in business news this week.

Related Topics: Business & Economy

Originally broadcast on March 16, 2012


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Fish Kill

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It was sight no one had ever seen before, thousands of huge catfish lying dead on the sand bars of the red river. First reports blamed the obvious - the long hot summer coupled with a prolonged drought causing a lack of oxygen in the water. But eight months later, after tests on water samples in state and federal laboratories, the cause of the huge fish kill remains a mystery.

Related Topics: Environment, Weather & Natural Disasters

Originally broadcast on March 16, 2012


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Healthy City

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A new study confirms what we've known for years: Oklahoma is one of the nation's unhealthiest states. Out of 306 hospital referral regions in the commonwealth fund report, Tulsa ranks 281st, and Oklahoma City 298th, both in the bottom ten percent. But, there are efforts to turn around Oklahoma’s poor health climate. For nearly a decade the "certified healthy business" program has honored companies working to improve employee health. Two years ago, the legislature created the "certified healthy schools and communities act" to recognize healthy life-style improvements. Among the first recipients, the city of Miami, a place once known for its unhealthy habits, but not anymore. Over the next three years the tobacco settlement fund expects to pay out $2-point seven million dollars in grants to help certified healthy communities with projects like Miami’s trail system. The first grant awards will go out after T-SET's May board meeting. Schools and communities can earn a "certified healthy" rating by meeting some or all of a wide variety of criteria, including improving nutrition and physical activity, providing access to health services and preventing alcohol and tobacco use.

Related Topics: Health

Originally broadcast on March 16, 2012


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At the Capitol 3-16-12

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This was a very busy week for the legislature. We talked to ONR Contributor Erin Boeckman about the top stories making news this week at the capitol.

Related Topics: Government, Politics

Originally broadcast on March 16, 2012