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    I hope Sen. Markwayne Mullin will let Oklahomans know how he did so well on a modest salary of $50,000, says Broken Arrow resident Ron May.

      It is not the government's job to tell adults what they can read or to tell parents what their children should read, says Tulsa resident Brenna Lightsey.

        If Gov. Kevin Stitt supported the people's will, he would put abortion to a vote of Oklahomans, not impose his values on others, says Jenks resident James Wemhaner.

          State Superintendent Ryan Walters owes it to all Oklahomans to abandon his culture crusade and get down to the business of strengthening our schools, says Claremore resident Brad Archer.

            Cutting taxes will not bring business here. Investing state money in education and infrastructure just might, says Broken Arrow resident Ann Sitz.

              Why would Volkswagen locate a plant in a country and state with some of the most arcane and conservative viewpoints on that same planetary rock? asks Bixby resident Joel Genung.


              Sodium reduction for children is a must. The proposed changes to school lunch rules are long overdue, says Sand Springs resident John Selph.

              The voters voted overwhelmingly to ban cockfighting in Oklahoma 20 years go. The Legislature now wants to override the will of the people, says Pawnee resident Pam Ferguson.

              I want our children to be safe. The Legislature needs to protect us from weapons of mass destruction, not drag shows, says Cleveland, Oklahoma, resident Frank Pacenza.

              As Oklahomans, we have grown tired of groups using school funding to promote their vices, says Grove resident Jim Paslay.

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