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OKG Newsletter

Topic: occupy wall street

Occupational goals

Occupy OKC demands change for the greater good.


Clifton Adcock
The 21-year Army veteran at first was unsure whether he wanted his name included in this story.
Wednesday, October 19, 2011

The 99 percent


Kurt Hochenauer
Local government officials can’t obscure the larger picture in their ongoing skirmishes with the Occupy OKC protesters.
Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Village people

Occupy’s protests have given way to communal advocacy.


Greg Horton
The Occupy movement has all but disappeared from the news, but it is growing and refocusing in Oklahoma. Occupy Tulsa and Occupy Oklahoma City have added groups in Bartlesville, Lawton, Norman, Shawnee and Stillwater, among others.
Wednesday, June 27, 2012

The gap

Oklahoma’s haves and have-nots grow further apart.


Rachel Curtis
Hundreds of thousands of middle- and lower-income Oklahomans this tax season will claim credits that the state Legislature considered eliminating only last year. With 17 percent of Oklahoma City’s residents living below the poverty level of $15,510 for a family of two, losing the Earned Income Tax Credit, the Sales Tax Relief Credit and Child Tax Credit would impact a significant portion of the metro’s most vulnerable families.
Wednesday, April 3, 2013