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OKG Newsletter


Topic: study

Discrimination contemplation

A recent study provides evidence of LGBT employment discrimination in Oklahoma.


News

Greg Horton
A new study from The Williams Institute, a think tank affiliated with University of California School of Law in Los Angeles, provides evidence of discrimination against LGBT people in Oklahoma. The study, titled “Employment Discrimination against Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender People in Oklahoma,” combines data from national surveys and state statistics.
 
Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Mass transit ABCs

Sing along: analysis, budgets and commuter rail!


News

Clifton Adcock
Several metro-area municipalities are setting aside money in their upcoming fiscal year budgets to help pay for a study that could lead to commuter rail lines running to and from downtown Oklahoma City.
 
Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Downtown digs

More people want to live downtown, but they want to rent, not buy.


News

Clifton Adcock
A study commissioned by the city and several downtown and development groups shows that residents have a strong interest in housing downtown.
 
Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Kiss my assets


CFN

Gazette staff
A national study released last week offers this sage advice for Oklahomans: Don’t be poor.
 
Wednesday, February 8, 2012

None dare call it ‘expansion’


CFN

Gazette staff
It’s not what you said — it’s how you said it. You’ve heard that before, right? (We just wanna make sure our parents weren’t the only ones with that gem.) At any rate, a recent poll demonstrates that truism when it comes to questions of Medicaid expansion.
 
Wednesday, May 8, 2013

No bull's-eye


Letters to the Editor

Carl Hall
In “Darts at arts” (News, Molly Evans, July 10, Oklahoma Gazette), we were told, “Every dollar of public funding generates about $8 in tax revenue for Oklahoma, according to [Oklahoma Arts Council].”
 
Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Fracking fracas


Commentary

Kurt Hochenauer
In 1897, an oil gusher called the Nellie Johnstone No. 1 on land near Bartlesville ushered in a commercial age of fossil fuel discovery that still thrives in Oklahoma today.
 
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
 
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