Regional disputes over water rights lead to state and federal lawsuits.
News Clifton Adcock
The battle pitting the state and Oklahoma City against two American
Indian tribes and a number of southeastern Oklahoma residents might soon
take an unprecedented turn in state legal history.
CFN Gazette staff
It’s not as if President Obama and Oklahoma’s Republican lawmakers have
been exactly chummy, but the White House’s rejection of a proposed oil
pipeline connecting Canada to Texas has state politicians forgetting
everything they might have learned in Anger Management 101.
Raise your hand if you want state government to decide what
birth control method you can use, what type of fertility treatments are
available to you, or how to make medical decisions involving a
life-threatening pregnancy complication.
Letters to the Editor Kevin Burns
Trust me: I know it feels good to take the stand that we don’t want our
welfare dollars going to drug addicts. I still believe that, but I also
used to think that universal drug testing to make that stand was the