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Oklahoma offers pregnant residents special Medicaid coverage. That coverage used to last only 60 days after delivery, but under a new policy, that coverage will run for a full year instead.
Local headlines for Thursday, March 30, 2023
All told, drugmakers and distributors will pay over $50 billion to communities harmed by opioids. An investigation finds that only a dozen states are letting the public see how they use the money.
A new report by WalletHub measured how much people pay in property, income and sales tax in proportion to the amount of money they make.
Monday's school shooting set in motion a familiar cycle of condolences, calls for action and questions, some unanswerable, about how the violence unfolded. Here's a look at what we're following.
The Food and Drug Administration appears poised to make available the COVID-19 vaccines that target omicron as a second booster for people with weak immune systems and those ages 65 and older.
The measure now goes to the House, where Speaker Kevin McCarthy has indicated it will undergo a series of markups by the Foreign Affairs Committee before a possible floor vote.
Lawmakers promised to clear Oklahoma’s 13-year wait for disability services but a caregiver shortage means families still don’t have the help they need.
Oklahoma will gather its water experts, regulators and users for Water Appreciation Day at the capitolThe Oklahoma State Capitol is hosting its annual Water Appreciation Day on Thursday.
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Rural areas are losing grocery stores to consolidation faster than their urban counterparts — but some communities have come up with innovative solutions.
The latest NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist survey finds the economy is still top of mind for Americans — and that both parties are vulnerable on different issues.
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