Public Radio Tulsa – January 17 - 20 on NPR's Morning, Edition, All Things Considered, Talk of the Nation
Nearly a year has passed since Barack Obama took the oath of office, ending an historic campaign and launching a new world of change for Washington. How has he done fulfilling the expectations of those who worked for him, those who voted for him, and those who worked and voted against him? NPR News checks in with a variety of intensely interested parties to sum up his first year in office.
Oklahoma City, OK – AG expresses concern over health care bill
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) Attorney General Drew Edmondson has sent a letter to congressional leaders expressing concern about a provision in the national health care overhaul bill.
Edmondson and South Carolina Attorney General Henry McMaster are leading a group of 15 state attorneys general in asking Congress to strike a provision in the Senate version of the bill. The provision gives special treatment to the state of Nebraska.
Oklahoma City, OK – Minorities urged to be counted in census
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) Multicultural groups are urging Oklahoma minorities to be counted in the 2010 census.
Spokespersons for various minority and ethnic groups joined officials from the U.S. Census Bureau on Friday in urging minorities to participate in the nationwide head count that's conducted every 10 years. It will kick off on April 1.