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DHS Settlement

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The motto for the Oklahoma Department of Human Services is "stronger families build stronger lives". But some families are so broken, they can't be made stronger and it is the children who suffer. A 2008 lawsuit against DHS claimed the state agency was often only making children suffer more abuse at the hands of foster parents and case workers who were supposed to watch over them. A trial examining those allegations has been averted, with DHS agreeing to a settlement that requires the agency to develop a plan to better serve Oklahoma’s most vulnerable citizens.

Related Topics: Caregiving, Child Development, Issues & Advice, Government, Social Issues

Originally broadcast on January 20, 2012


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Women in Recovery

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Oklahoma continues to send more women to prison than any other state. 63 percent of them suffer from substance abuse. Despite treatment in prison, many of the women get out, start using again and eventually end up back behind bars. A relatively new therapy is looking at addiction from a gender based perspective. It explores women's childhood traumas as the springboard to their cycle of drug and alcohol abuse.

Related Topics: Community, Health Care & Illnesses, Women, Issues & Advice, Women, Social Issues

Originally broadcast on October 14, 2011


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NMI Bill Moyers

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Bill Moyers is returning to television after a short retirement. The renowned Oklahoma-born journalist has won more than thirty Emmy awards in his forty-year career. He launches a new program, Moyers and Company, this month. It will air on OETA Saturdays at 5 pm, beginning January 14th. We recently talked about his new show and his return to public television.

Related Topics: Film & Television, Biography & Profiles, Media, Biography & Profiles

Originally broadcast on January 13, 2012


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New Voting Machines

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While Oklahoma lawmakers have declined federal funds to implement provisions of the new national health care law, they've had no reservations about another use of federal money. Congress approved the "help America vote" act in 2002--awarding Oklahoma about 26 million dollars to upgrade its voting system. As a result, Oklahoma voters will be casting ballots in future elections with new technology, paid for by the U.S. government.

Related Topics: Government, Politics

Originally broadcast on January 13, 2012


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Highway 9 Poverty (State Impact)

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Cutting the heating assistance lifeline is one more sign that the nation's safety net is coming unraveled, as lawmakers try to reduce the national debt. Last spring, the U.S. House budget committee unveiled a proposal to slash funding for food stamps by 127 billion dollars over the next ten years. Driving down Oklahoma’s Highway 9, you come to many communities where people are having increased difficulty just putting food on the table. Logan Layden, reporter for State Impact Oklahoma, has been looking into poverty in our state.

Related Topics: Community, Social Issues

Originally broadcast on January 13, 2012


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LIHEAP Cutbacks

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Social workers have been getting an earful from Oklahomans, who have received help paying their utility bills over the last three years but can't get help now. Because of federal budget cuts, the program known as LIHEAP was trimmed, which means Oklahoma’s share of the funds was also reduced. That has forced a state agency to make some very hard choices about who gets help and who does not. The department of human services is expecting some additional funding from the federal government to expand the LIHEAP program this winter and summer. At this point DHS does not know how much more money they may receive which will impact how those funds are eventually made available for Oklahomans who need help with their utility bills.

Related Topics: Business & Economy, Government, Social Issues

Originally broadcast on January 13, 2012


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Veterans Reintegration

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General George S. Patton said "the test of success is not what you do when you are on top. Success is how high you bounce when you hit bottom." Those words are meaningful today for the thousands of soldiers returning from active duty in Iraq and Afghanistan. The resiliency training program at the Ft. Sill Army Post helps those soldiers recover from the trauma of war by addressing mind, body and spirit.

Related Topics: War & Conflict, Social Issues, Health, Military & Espionage

Originally broadcast on January 13, 2012


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Teacher Evaluations

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Next fall public schools in Oklahoma will begin a year long pilot project using new methods to evaluate teacher effectiveness. The State Board of Education has adopted three methods. Districts choose which to use. The evaluations will help each district decide how much group and individualized professional development its instructors need to help both teachers and students succeed.

Related Topics: Government, Education

Originally broadcast on January 13, 2012


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Aging Population

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Just when it looked as if the baby boomer retirement picture couldn't get any worse, it did. The number of workers making "hardship withdrawals" from their 401k plans in 2011 hit a record high. Managers of retirement communities say boomers may need more cash than expected.

Related Topics: Aging, Personal Finance

Originally broadcast on January 6, 2012


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Death of Books

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Sales of popular electronic readers like the Kindle and the Nook are skyrocketing this holiday season. And it is a sure bet that sales of on-line books will also explode after all those e-reader gifts are unwrapped. Now that the reading revolution has begun, we wondered about the future of hard-back books and the world of publishing.

Related Topics: Literature & Writing, Arts & Entertainment, Communications & Media

Originally broadcast on December 16, 2011