In a recent DataLab study of the 50 states and the legacies of corruption, Oklahoma came in worse than average. But when you look at midwestern states it gets even more discouraging. Oklahoma was the 20th worst for corruption convictions, but when you compute that by overall population, Oklahoma is the 12th worst. Missouri is 23rd worst, Arkansas is 30th, Texas is 35th, Kansas is 36th, and Nebraska is the 43rd lowest in corruption convictions per capita. [...] Read the full article at Oklahoma's Political News service, www.SoonerPolitics.org .