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Oklahoma Attorney General

Officials say public health is at risk when they revoke or suspend a physician’s license and weeks pass before the action takes effect. But since 2015, the Oklahoma Attorney General’s Office has been mandated to review and approve every disciplinary action taken by the state licensure boards. 

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Oklahoma’s courts were dented when they hit icebergs but didn’t sink, according to John Reif as his term of Oklahoma Supreme Court chief justi…

Tulsa-based electricity provider AEP-PSO finally got approval Tuesday from the Oklahoma Corporation Commission for an increase in monthly charges to pay for the installation of smart meters statewide — even though the utility already has put in more than 100,000 of the advanced meters and charging for it for months.

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