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Gov. Stitt’s Priorities
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Gov. Stitt’s Priorities

BY JOE DORMAN On Monday, Oklahoma welcomed new leadership in our executive branch. Gov. Kevin Stitt was sworn into office and followed the oath with his inaugural speech. Highlights of the address could be divided into four key parts: government accountability, education, criminal justice reform, and economic growth. Some key observations in each area are listed below:…

Journalists Fight For Those Without Money Or Power
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Journalists Fight For Those Without Money Or Power

BY JOE DORMAN It is important to have people in your life who will motivate you at a young age to achieve beyond what others might feel is possible. Having someone who believes in you can make a world of difference on in life. I am fortunate that I have had many like that who have…

Free School Lunch Programs Deserve Our Support
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Free School Lunch Programs Deserve Our Support

BY JOE DORMAN In an Aug. 11 editorial, the Oklahoman newspaper argued for greater accountability for some parents who accept free school lunches for their children. “A policy that tells parents they’re free to freeload comes with predictable costs to all taxpayers,” the paper writes. The authors point to a story by Chalkbeat Colorado showing that costs…

History Proves Children Can Change The World
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History Proves Children Can Change The World

BY JOE DORMAN As we at the Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy [OICA] work to help reform and improve public policy, one of the most frustrating things we hear is the mistaken assumption that children cannot or should not try to change the world. Young people, some say, should “wait their turn” to speak out…

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