A local ministry for sex offenders feels it’s being forced out of business due to constrictive laws, and its president has sued the city.
News Tim Farley
Oklahoma City police and state lawmakers have conspired to shut down a
nonprofit sex offender program that provides housing and treatment for
ex-convicts, claims Hand Up Ministry President David Nichols.
CFN Gazette staff
Even the fuzz doesn’t always obey the law. As a result, at least six
confirmed Oklahoma DUI offenders have been allowed to keep their
licenses, per rulings of the Court of Civil Appeals.
“Lighthearted farce” turns into a public land mine — and the arts community now plans a peaceful protest to counteract political backlash.
Features Mark Beutler
What started out to be a small, largely unnoticed production by OKC
Theater Company has turned into a First Amendment fight, as well as a
battle against Oklahoma City’s gay and lesbian community, claim
supporters of the production of The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told.