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Show Us the Maps

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Duration: 22:59
More than six weeks since the 2020 Census data was released, but the Oklahoma legislature has yet to release any maps. What's up with that? Also—a breaking news announcement happened during recording! Outline & LinksState Fair is underway! And tonight: Ginuwine!Oklahoma passes 10,000 Covid deathsSti
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More than six weeks since the 2020 Census data was released, but the Oklahoma legislature has yet to release any maps. What's up with that? Also—a breaking news announcement happened during recording! Outline & LinksState Fair is underway! And tonight: Ginuwine!Oklahoma passes 10,000 Covid deathsStitt’s removal of two OHCA board members over the Labor Day weekend has ruffled the feathers of some lawmakers from both parties. His ability to do that, of course, stems from the legislature’s decision in 2019 to grant the Governor broader authority over state agencies. According to The Oklahoman, Representatives Marcus McEntire & Mark McBride expressed some reservations or regrets about how it happened. Rep. Monroe Nichols has pre-filed legislation to change the Governor’s role with the OHCA board specifically by requiring the governor to appoint to the board at least one licensed physician, two Medicaid recipients and several people who have experience in health care fields. The Governor would be able to pick appointees only from a set of three candidates nominated by the board, appointees would have set term limits and the governor would not be able to remove them without cause. Oklahoma County Sherrifs will now be equipped with body cameras and they released their policy for them.Special session begins Nov 15th!
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