In their quest to create a Top 10 state, statehouse leaders seem to think it’s a better bet to throw hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars at corporations that promise a few thousand jobs than to invest in building Oklahoma from the grass roots up. In this week’s Observercast – The Burdens On Everyday Oklahomans – Tulsa Rep. Suzanne Schreiber makes the case that focusing instead on seemingly intractable problems – like crushing, widespread medical debt and inaccessible, unaffordable child care – offers better odds of creating a happier, healthier, more prosperous Oklahoma.
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The Burdens On Everyday Oklahomans
March 9, 2023
Exceptional reporting about goings on in my home state as well as informative opinion pieces that makes people think about issues of the day...........get a SUBSCRIPTION FOLKS!!!!!!!
September 5, 2022
The Observer carries on the "give 'em hell" tradition of its founder, the late Frosty Troy. I read it from cover to cover. A progressive wouldn't be able to live in a red state without it.