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http://video.oeta.tv/onr/top/native american healthcare.flv ONR 12-7-12
ONR 12-7-12

Native American Health Care

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As the debate continues to rage over government-directed health care, it's easy to forget that there are several sovereign governments in Oklahoma alone that provide expansive health care coverage to thousands of it's citizens. ONR's Cathy Tatom takes a look at the Native American tribal health care system.

Related Topics: Community, Health Care & Illnesses, Caregiving, Government, Social Issues, Health

Originally broadcast on December 7, 2012


http://video.oeta.tv/onr/top/extra civic health index.flv ONR 12-7-12
ONR 12-7-12

ONR Extra: Civic Health Index

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Researchers at the University of Central Oklahoma have been hard at work measuring the state's civic involvement, studying factors such as volunteering, family cohesion, and political involvement. What they found was a state full of citizens ready to give, but maybe not willing to talk politics

Related Topics: Community, Civilizations, Politics, Social Issues

Originally broadcast on December 7, 2012


http://video.oeta.tv/onr/top/cattle rustling.flv ONR 12-7-12
ONR 12-7-12

Agricultural Crimes Unit

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Cattle rustling sounds like the problem of characters in a western movie, but it's a ongoing issue costing victims millions of dollars each year, made more difficult because the crimes occur in unpopulated areas. But there is a tenacious crew out to stop such crimes.

Related Topics: Community, Animals, Business & Economy

Originally broadcast on December 7, 2012


http://video.oeta.tv/oklahoma_forum/FORUM12_9_12.flv Oklahoma Forum
Oklahoma Forum

The Future of the Middle Class

We often hear from lawmakers, academics, pundits and policy experts on this program, discussing the news, identifying problems and proposing solutions. By design, they talk a lot about the issues concerning regular citizens, the middle class, and how politics and policies affect them. Today, for the first time on Oklahoma Forum, we're going to turn the tables, do something different, and listen to what some of those Oklahomans think about our state, what concerns them, and what they hope for the future. Call it a mini-town hall meeting, with our guests: Greg Hallman, Jr., a Spanish teacher at Santa Fe South Middle School, a charter school in Oklahoma City. Ashlie Stover, an undergraduate dance student from the University of Central Oklahoma. DePorres "Dee" Hopkins, owner of Hopkins Haircare and Enterprises in Oklahoma City. and, Brenna Reaves, a registered nurse of labor and delivery at Integris Southwest Medical Center.

Related Topics: Community, Health Care & Illnesses, Education, Issues & Advice, Business & Economy, Government, Social Issues, Health, Education

Originally broadcast on December 9, 2012


http://video.oeta.tv/oklahoma_forum/FORUM EDIT 12 2 12.flv Oklahoma Forum
Oklahoma Forum

The Future of Health Care in Oklahoma

States have until December 14th to decide whether to create their own health insurance exchanges under the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare. 16 states and the District of Columbia are setting up their own exchanges and five states are going to work with the federal government in doing it. States that don't establish their own system will see the federal government set one up for them. Oklahoma is one of those states. Governor Mary Fallin has turned thumbs-down on two key Obamacare provisions, the exchange and medicaid expansion, and today, we discuss what that decision means for health care in Oklahoma, with our guests: Julie Cox-Kain, Chief Operating Officer for the Oklahoma State Department of Health; Andrew Rice, former state senator and Executive Director of the Variety Care Foundation; Dr. David Holden, an orthopedic surgeon from Oklahoma City; and Dr. Boyd Shook, an internal medicine physician in Edmond.

Related Topics: Community, Health Care & Illnesses, Fitness & Nutrition, Business & Economy, Government, Politics, Social Issues, Health, Health

Originally broadcast on December 2, 2012


http://video.oeta.tv/onr/top/nmi-russell evans.flv ONR 11-30-12
ONR 11-30-12

Newsmaker Interview: Russell Evans

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Key to Governor Fallin's decision not to expand Medicaid coverage or set up a health care exchange was funding. Governor Fallin cited uncertainty in federal funding stability and unknown state costs as part of the reason she turned down the options. Dick Pryor spoke with Steven C. Agee Executive Director and Research Economist Russell Evans about the numbers behind the health care, and what they mean.

Related Topics: Community, Health Care & Illnesses, Business & Economy, Government, Health

Originally broadcast on November 30, 2012


http://video.oeta.tv/onr/top/health care.flv ONR 11-30-12
ONR 11-30-12

Health Care

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Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin has rejected the Affordable Care Act twofold: she has rejected the Medicaid expansion and decided not to set up a health insurance exchange. Now the federal government will set up an exchange for the state, and many are left to wonder what will happen to Oklahomans that will fall into the health care gap.

Related Topics: Community, Health Care & Illnesses, Caregiving, Social Issues, Health

Originally broadcast on November 30, 2012


http://video.oeta.tv/onr/top/bill cosby.flv ONR 11-30-12
ONR 11-30-12

ONR Extra: Bill Cosby

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Funnyman Bill Cosby is known for his work in television, his comedy, and of course, his sweaters, but the comedian is cultivating a reputation as a proponent for education. Recently Cosby visited Tulsa where he spoke about his experiences growing up, and the importance of community involvement and education.

Related Topics: Community, Child Development, Education, Social Issues, Health

Originally broadcast on November 30, 2012


http://video.oeta.tv/oklahoma_forum/FORUM EDIT 11 18 12_1.flv Oklahoma Forum
Oklahoma Forum

Lessons From The Dust Bowl

While the entire country was suffering through the great depression, people in Oklahoma, Kansas, Texas, New Mexico and Colorado faced an additional catastrophe - ferocious dust storms that brought financial ruin and death to the plains. The Oklahoma panhandle was the epicenter of the Dust Bowl. Those that survived nature's onslaught helped develop new techniques for conserving the land and rebuilding Oklahoma's agriculture. The Dust Bowl is the subject of Ken Burns' new documentary, airing nationally November 18th and 19th on PBS. Joining us to talk about the lessons learned from the dust bowl are Clay Pope, Executive Director of the Association of Oklahoma Conservation Districts; Mike Thralls, Executive Director of the Oklahoma Conservation Commission; and Dean Graumann, Director of the Greer County Conservation District.

Related Topics: Community, Earth, Environment, Natural History, Weather & Natural Disasters, Government, Politics, Environment, Social Issues, Health, Energy & Environment

Originally broadcast on November 18, 2012


http://video.oeta.tv/onr/top/open carry.flv ONR 11-16-12
ONR 11-16-12

Open Carry

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With Open Carry now in effect, Oklahomans with a concealed carry license are now legally permitted to pack heat in public. But many gun owners are not taking advantage of the new state law, preferring to not draw attention to themselves or their firearms.

Related Topics: Community, Politics, Social Issues, Opinion

Originally broadcast on November 16, 2012