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This op-ed is written in response to a piece titled “In Oklahoma domestic abuse is technically a nonviolent crime” by Jason Hicks published Jan. 17.
A Joe Biden campaign sign sits the snow outside of an event in Marion, Iowa. (Jordan Miller / Gaylord News)
Flags in support of President Donald Trump flap in the breeze in Des Moines, Iowa. (Ygal Kaufman / Gaylord News)
DES MOINES, Iowa — Iowa voters will caucus Monday night in the first step toward the 2020 presidential election — but Oklahoma residents will have to wait until they can make their decisions.
The Board of Directors for the Oklahoma Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust met on Tuesday and discussed timelines for new programs to promote health and wellness among Oklahoma youth.
Jesse Crittenden / The Transcript
OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahomans are at "low risk" for the coronavirus, which started in China and has spread around the globe, state health officials said during a Wednesday press conference.
Many Oklahomans might assume the pension benefits of police officers disabled in the line of duty are protected. They might take it for granted that a cop shot in the head by a crazed meth addict would be eligible for 100 percent of the money he's accumulated over the years – if he's lucky enough to survive the grave injury.