An Oklahoma County program gaining national attention gives nonviolent offenders an alternative to jail.
News Murray Evans
Brie Florence stood across the street from the downtown Oklahoma County
office building on a chilly day, paint roller and can in tow, ready to
clean up some graffiti in a nearby parking garage.
CFN Gazette staff
Again, our state ranks near last in a report. Surprised? No. Angry? Only
at ourselves. The Center for American Progress rated states based on 36
different factors that included economics, leadership and health in its
report The State of Women in America. Oklahoma was No. 48th and received a grade of “F,” above Louisiana and Utah.