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Gov. Kevin Stitt’s unforced error of posting his family enjoying a local food court during a pandemic was not just embarrassing and grossly irresponsible.
Oklahoma City voters approved the MAPS 4 sales tax with the promise from the City Council to take on a number of projects. But which will be done first?
The brutal truth is that both Lankford and Inhofe constituted 25 percent of the “no” votes on the COVID-19 response bill, which was approved 90-8.
Oklahoma’s two U.S. senators spent the beginning of the week undermining a process for which their serious attention is mandated by the U.S. Constitution.
As the nation looked to lawmakers to find a way through the COVID-19 health crisis, Oklahoma's U.S. Senators James Lankford and Jim Inhofe whined.
State Question 801 would take the every decade job of redrawing legislative districts would allow a more scientific method of establishing representation.
From our Opinion columnist, George Lang -- Many Oklahomans still do not take COVID-19 seriously. Gov. Kevin Stitt is a major reason for that.
Oklahoma Senators Lankford and Inhofe voted "not guilty" in Trump's Senate trial choosing the way of fear while another Republican Senator chose courage.
In the coming weeks, Oklahoma City residents should volunteer to shape how the fourth Metropolitan Area Project Plan (MAPS 4) comes into being.
Republicans at the national level want Oklahoma City’s progressive residents to accept their fate as outnumbered, outgunned voters in a bright red state.