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Oklahoma parents, especially those with children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, have long known that there is a caregiving crisis in our state and across the nation. Lately the signs are even more glaring that we have a major problem in Oklahoma. In September, Oklahoma Human Services began...
First elected as an Oklahoma County associated district judge in 2007, Judge Richard Kirby is seeking another term in the voter-elected post. Initially the supervising member of the bench for juvenile courts, he has since 2014 presided over a range of cases involving probate, guardianships and adoptions. Kirby has led...
OKLAHOMA CITY - AIDS Walk of Oklahoma City will present their 24th Annual Walk & Festival on Sunday, October 2 in the downtown Myriad Botanical Gardens at 301 W. Reno. This free, family friendly event is open to all members of the community in order to bring awareness to HIV/AIDS in the metro area.
Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs President Jonathan Small on September 27 praised state lawmakers’ efforts to protect children from being subjected to medically dubious “transgender” procedures with lifelong impact. “There is growing evidence that so-called transgender treatments cause long-term harm to many patients — and that evidence...