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Ebola Cruise Ship Passenger shows up to work today at the Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management

Everybody should know about the 10 Moore school Students that were aboard the same cruise ship as a Texas lab technician who had handled Ebola specimens. The lab technician has tested negative for Ebola. Those same Students have been asked to…

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State Senator Connie Johnson accepting the Legislator of the Yeardaward from ODPVC President Calvin Rees

Oklahoma Democratic Party Veterans Committee Honors Senator Connie Johnson as “Legislator of the Year”

OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma Democratic Party Veterans Committee recently presented State Senator Constance N. Johnson with the “Legislator of the Year” award for 2014. “Senator Connie Johnson has worked closely with veterans and family members to get the treatment…

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Denice Engle

CYA: Engle throws others under the Bus

On Tuesday, July 22, 2014, Commissioner Denise Engle of the Oklahoma Workers’ Compensation Commission released the following statement regarding recent press inquiries into the operations of the Workers’ Compensation Commission. “I have dedicated my career in both the private and…

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AFL-CIO asks Prater to Investigate Oklahoma Workers Compensation Commission

Dear Mr. Prater, As a taxpayer and a registered voter in Oklahoma County, I am deeply concerned at the allegations of improper or illegal meetings at the Oklahoma Workers Compensation Commission. The stories have been highlighted in the Tulsa World…

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Mike Shelron

Mike Shelton Requests AG’s Opinion on Legality Of Trauma Care Funds Diversion

OKLAHOMA CITY –A state House minority leader today requested an Attorney General’s opinion on the constitutionality of legislation that diverted $5 million from a fund earmarked for trauma care assistance. Specifically, Rep. Mike Shelton, an assistant minority floor leader, asked…

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Legislator fears higher fees because DEQ budget slashed

See this Story for a little Background “Sex and sabotage”   OKLAHOMA CITY –An eastern Oklahoma legislator is worried that the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality will impose higher fees to offset deep budget cuts the Legislature imposed recently. As…

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Lets Help Jack Out



HIRING EVENT JULY 10, 2014 (Thursday) 10:30am – 2:30pm Broken Arrow Armed Forces Reserve Center 26401 E 101st South Broken Arrow, OK 74014 Are you an employer who is hiring? Are you separating active duty personnel, a veteran or a…

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