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ONR 9-27-13

Oklahoma Watch Healthcare Forum

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With key parts of the Affordable Care Act rolling out October 1st, Oklahoma Watch set out to clear up some of the misinformation and misconceptions surrounding the new law. With Variety Care Foundation Executive Director Andrew Rice and Oklahoma Commissioner of Health, the discussion aimed to explain the law, and if the state would take up the recommendations to expand Medicaid.

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

Originally broadcast on September 27, 2013


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Oklahoma News Report

9-27-13

Oklahoma's location at the crux of the nation's highway system makes it a prime location for human trafficking, but advocates say that technology is becoming the new avenue to lure women into bondage. U.S. Senator Tom Coburn discusses the possible government shutdown, and the attempts to defund the Affordable Care Act. The new healthcare law was the focal point of a town hall this week, where Oklahoma Watch worked to clear up confusion on the law's new online healthcare exchange. And a defunct Oklahoma City mall gets a new lease on life thanks to an influx of new business and Hispanic culture. Plus, prepping for disasters, law school enrollment, and the grand opening of KOSU's new studio on this ONR.

Related Topics: Film & Television, Music, Community, Travel, Health Care & Illnesses, Caregiving, Modern, War & Conflict, Weather & Natural Disasters, Business & Economy, Government, Politics, Environment, Race & Ethnicity, Social Issues, Health, Education, Communications & Media

Originally broadcast on September 27, 2013


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Oklahoma News Report

9-20-13

In this episode of the ONR, education officials voice concerns after a new report shows that Oklahoma leads the nation in education spending cuts. Staying in the classroom, the state’s lone Mandarin Chinese immersion program is proving to be a great success helping students not only learn a new language, but connect with a new culture. After years of studies and meetings, a look into the rumored passenger rail service between Oklahoma City and Tulsa shows the project is still not on track. The state’s housing marking is enjoying a boost, thanks in part to another key industry. Plus, the week in business, gold mining, and a PBS travel aficionado, on this ONR.

Related Topics: Biography & Profiles, Community, Travel, Sports & Recreation, Child Development, Education, World, Business & Economy, Government, Politics, Social Issues, Health, Education, Sports, Transportation & Infrastructure

Originally broadcast on September 20, 2013


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Oklahoma Forum

Special Session Reporter's Roundup

In early June, the Oklahoma Supreme Court determined that the Comprehensive Lawsuit Reform Act of 2009 was unconstitutional for violating the state's single subject rule. That's the constitutional provision that requires each bill to pertain to a only one subject. The court's ruling caused Governor Fallin to call the legislature back into session to fix the problem. Here to talk about the special session, and more from the capitol, are state capitol reporters Patrick McGuigan of capitolbeat.ok; Michael Cross of KOSU Radio; and, Shawn Ashley, News Director of eCapitol.

Related Topics: Business & Economy, Government, Politics, Social Issues, Health

Originally broadcast on September 15, 2013


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ONR 9-13-13

School Storm Shelters

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In the aftermath of the May tornadoes that ripped through Oklahoma and destroyed schools in Moore, many have called for schools to construct storm shelters. But finding funding for such a project is proving a problem.

Related Topics: Community, Weather & Natural Disasters, Government, Politics, Social Issues, Health, Transportation & Infrastructure

Originally broadcast on September 13, 2013


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ONR 9-13-13

StateImpact: School Storm Shelters

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As lawmakers work out possible plans for putting storm shelters in schools, some districts are taking matters into their own hands. StateImpact has been following this story over the summer, and we spoke with reporter Logan Layden about what some school districts are doing to prepare for tornadoes.

Related Topics: Weather & Natural Disasters, Health, Education

Originally broadcast on September 13, 2013


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ONR 9-13-13

Nursing Home Ranking

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While a recent report gave Oklahoma's nursing home industry a failing grade, determining the quality of care available in nursing homes across the state depends on who you speak with.

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

Originally broadcast on September 13, 2013


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ONR 9-13-13

Cutting Edge: Brain Tumors

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Researchers and doctors in Oklahoma are working on new therapies to uncover and treat brain cancer sooner.

Related Topics: Health Care & Illnesses, Biology & Chemistry, Science & Technology, Health, Health

Originally broadcast on September 20, 2013


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Oklahoma News Report

9-13-13

The Special Session wraps up with more than a little political wrangling and debate, and we speak with eCapitol News Director Shawn Ashley about the final week at the capitol. Reporter Bob Sands meets the retired attorney who's keeping the lawmakers honest, and answers the question: who is Jerry Fent? Local legislators work up different plans for the same goal--putting storm shelters in Oklahoma's schools. But as we learn from StateImpact's Logan Layden, many school districts aren't waiting for the legislature to make their schools safer. Plus, a look at the state's nursing home ranking, advances in brain tumor treatment, and a trip to the movies...or at least in search of a set, on this episode of the ONR.

Related Topics: Community, Health Care & Illnesses, Caregiving, Education, Civilizations, Weather & Natural Disasters, Business & Economy, Government, Politics, Social Issues, Health, Education

Originally broadcast on September 13, 2013


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Oklahoma News Report

9-6-13

The Special Session kicks off with state legislators working to push through a series of bills in as short a time as possible. Governor Mary Fallin makes a big announcement regarding healthcare in Oklahoma, and we get reaction from Oklahoma Watch reporter Warren Vieth. College campuses are seeing a growing trend--older students hitting the books. And the latest educational standard system is being favored by many educators, but some fear a loss of local educational control. Plus, a look at sleep apnea, experts weigh in on health at a childhood development summit, and a look at a town recovering from a tragedy, on this ONR.

Related Topics: Community, Health Care & Illnesses, Lifestyle, Caregiving, Child Development, Education, Business & Economy, Government, Politics, Science & Technology, Social Issues, Health, Education

Originally broadcast on September 6, 2013