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The dangerous portion of this bill is section 3D, which says, “The out-of-state insurers shall not be required to offer or provide state-mandated health benefits required by Oklahoma law or regulations in health insurance policies sold to Oklahoma residents.” The next section allows in-state insurers to sell policies that are substantially comparable to the out-of-state insurance policies, obviously, also sidestepping the Oklahoma mandates.

Gov. Mary Fallin is getting her first full taste of what it means to be a second-term governor.

With less than two years left in office, no way to run for re-election and not a lot of political alternatives, she's a lame duck, but with strong Republican majorities in the House and the Senate and GOP control of all state offices, she might have thought she would have some time left when she would be treated like the boss ... at least among friends.

Not so much.

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A bill that would authorize the placement of a privately funded Bill of Rights Monument on the grounds of the state Capitol was approved by a state House committee Tuesday, despite concerns by some that the process of authorizing monuments has become too politicized.

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I’ve said before that I don’t attribute much voter impact to political endorsements, but there was still something remarkable about 20 Republi…

Former Congressman J.C. Watts will be featured at a Saturday fundraiser for Mayor Dewey Bartlett's re-election campaign.

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