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Muskogee Daily Phoenix

Oklahoma lawyers to offer free legal advice

Attorneys across Oklahoma will provide free legal advice Sept. 30, during the 70th annual statewide Law Day celebration. Oklahoma City and Tulsa lawyers will staff the statewide, toll-free hotline between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. The toll-free number to call is 800-456-8525 or email AskALawyer@okbar.org. Legal questions may also be submitted online at www.okbar.org now until Sept. 30.
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Express-Star

Fact checking claims about unemployment and Oklahoma’s labor shortage

When Gov. Kevin Stitt announced in May that he would cut expanded federal unemployment benefits intended to help workers who lost their jobs during the coronavirus pandemic, he said ending the payments would push more people back to work. The federally-funded benefits provided unemployed workers with an extra $300 per...
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southwestledger.news

Proposed vaccine mandate draws criticism from state, federal lawmakers

OKLAHOMA CITY — In his Sept. 9 address to the American people: “Path Out of the Pandemic: President Biden’s COVID-19 Action Plan,” the president said, in part, that millions of American workers — both federal employees and those working in private businesses with 100 or more employees — would be required to be vaccinated against COVID-19. “Our patience is wearing thin,” Biden said, emphatic that the quickest way out of the pandemic is for all Americans to be vaccinated. But there has been pushback, particularly from Republicans and private business operators.
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readfrontier.org

We fact checked claims about unemployment and Oklahoma’s labor shortage

When Gov. Kevin Stitt announced in May that he would cut expanded federal unemployment benefits intended to help workers who lost their jobs during the coronavirus pandemic, he said ending the payments would push more people back to work. The federally-funded benefits provided unemployed workers with an extra $300 per...
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city-sentinel.com

Opinion: Pardon and Parole proceeding affirms Oklahoma’s legal provisions

Patrick B. McGuigan, Editorial Director, The City Sentinel. Critics of capital punishment and of Oklahoma’s death penalty process quickly embraced the 3-1 vote recommending commutation to Governor Kevin Stitt. A spokesman for Stitt – who had defended his appointees to the Pardon and Parole panel as persons of integrity –...
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