Statement from Jonathan Small, president of the Oklahoma Council for Public Affairs, on the filing of a ballot initiative to put Medicaid expansion on the ballot. “There isn’t support in the Legislature or the public for forcing Obamacare’s Medica…
Governor Kevin Stitt has issued the first veto of his tenure, disapproving House Bill 1205, which passed the House by a vote of 91 to 4, and the Senate by a vote of 41 to 4. The measure was authored by Rep. Carol Bush (R[INO], Tulsa) and Sen. Greg McCo…
1889 INSTITUTE CALLS FOR END TO ATHLETIC TRAINER LICENSING
California and New York do not license athletic trainers
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK (April 16, 2019) – The 1889 Institute, an Oklahoma state policy think tank, has published “Athletic Trainer Licensure in…
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- The Facts:Robert F. Kennedy Jr recently appeared in Connecticut after an effort to Mandate multiple vaccines has been initiated. In his appearance, he claimed that the HPV vaccine may and does cause cancer, among other things.
- Reflect On:With so much science, and evidence of corruption and fraud when it comes to vaccine safety, why are there efforts to make certain vaccines mandatory when it’s clear that they’re not really safe as they are marketed to be. What’s going on?
A coalition of medical organizations and left-wing activist groups (including Planned Parenthood) is planning a rally at the State Capitol on April 24th to support Medicaid expansion:COALITION TO EXPAND COVERAGE HOSTS RALLY AT STATE CAPITOL WEDNESDAY, …
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The secretary of state has accomplished almost nothing. At least Rex Tillerson could blame the president.
When Secretary of State Mike Pompeo made the rounds on Capitol Hill last week to explain the Trump administration’s latest State Department budget request, he got a beating from both sides of the aisle. The request, a 21 percent reduction in funding from the previous fiscal year, was dead on arrival for members of the House Foreign Affairs and Appropriations committees. The same man who promised to bring “swagger” back to U.S. diplomacy was now trying to justify a $13 billion reduction to the department’s accounts. Members of Congress simply couldn’t square the circle.