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Oklahoma Second Amendment Sanctuary Act Headed to Governor's Desk

GardenLine with Randy Lemmon

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Oklahoma Second Amendment Sanctuary Act Headed to Governor's Desk

"Second Amendment sanctuary state awaits the governor's signature. Oklahoma's bill 631 approved last week whether States House would prevent the confiscation of guns from residents of the state due to any federal laws, executive actions or court orders, ensuring the protection of the right to bear arms in Oklahoma. The bill now heads to Republican Governor Kevin States Desk for consideration and comes after President Biden unveiled a package. Of executive orders on guns and gun legislation that stalled in the U. S. Senate Second Amendment Sanctuary laws have also been enacted in other states, including Idaho, Kansas, Wyoming and Alaska. Jeff Mother. Also Fox

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"governor kevin states" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"governor kevin states" Discussed on KTOK

"News. Were there news radio 1000 Katie Okay. Oklahoma's first news governor. State says state officials are ready for the storm. Beth Myers report Governor Kevin State has declared a state of emergency for all 77 Oklahoma counties because of the dangerous winter storm expected to impact the state over the weekend. State says the state of Oklahoma is prepared and ready to respond to the storm. He says Oklahomans need to pay attention to the weather. Check on your neighbors, if possible and use the drive. Oklahoma APP to monitor travel conditions throughout the weekend special and Roman period for Americans to get health insurance through the affordable Care act is set to start Monday. The period was instituted as part of an executive order on healthcare signed by President Biden in the first two weeks of his term. The enrollment period will end on May 15th. There are six insures that offer individual health plans on the health insurance marketplace in Oklahoma. I'm Eric, like, um, erectile dysfunction and male incontinence can affect your self esteem and impact your most important relationships. If you suffer from either of these conditions, you are not alone. If you have tried the pill average weight loss £15.4 in first two months for guarantee cancer within 1st 14 days he's got with two months of water delivery charge and shipped every four weeks. Holy See website for details. You wanna lose £18 fast and improve your health. Now you can lose up to £18 in your first two months with Nutrisystem get delicious breakfasts, lunches, dinners. Even stacks and shakes delivered safely to your door all delivered for free. It's easy to follow and you'll see results in your first week. Just text food 2 32 32 32. You'll.

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KTOK

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"governor kevin states" Discussed on KTOK

"Radio 1000. Katie, Okay. With everything that has been going on. I had a chance to speak to Governor Kevin Stitt. So he's joining us now. NewsRadio 1000. Katie. Okay, We've not only got a legislative session coming up, and I wanted to get an update on the Corona virus And with the pulling of the permit of the Keystone Pipeline, Governor, will that affect the oil industry here in Oklahoma? We have pipelines down Tonto down to the coast. But it is it is very disturbed. Disappointing. I mean, we're the pipeline capital world. We have a lot of companies that specialized in that We have some of the lowest utility costs in the country. And so it's disappointing. We know that The transportation of oil and natural gas pipelines of the safest way to move it versus on trucks. And so it's just it's just a political move. And it's disappointing. Very disappointing, at least to me, Kevin Kevin States with this governor, What are you looking forward to in the coming session? I know there's been a bevy of bills that have been filed. Well, we're gonna can first off. The session starts on February 1st, and we're really excited, Tomo to get going. We've done a lot of pre work. I've been meeting with the leadership in the House and the Senate to come up with the people's agenda. And were excited about it. But we're gonna continue to push for Oklahoma to be a top 10 state. We've got some education reforms a planned um, obviously, business recruitment is something I always focus on. And I believe Oklahoma, uh, is primed and ready to have a really gross in business recruitment. Are our Commerce Department pipelines never been bigger. Companies from better They're currently sitting in certain states that enclosed all of 2020, and they're just getting so frustrated with the overreach of government. Forcing them to close and I just appreciate Oklahoma's business friendly open for business atmosphere, and we're getting great. Great. Great. Um, you know, contact with some of those industries. I had a question on this program yesterday Governor regarding some of the recent squelching of social media when it comes to certain voices, and, for instance, North Dakota seems to be taking an action. I don't know what action Oklahoma could take, if any, any any ideas about that. You know, I don't know specifically what you're talking about there, But we believe in, uh, free speech and the fact that people are being squelched on Social media's eyes disappointing. Far as Corona virus is concerned. What do you look to see out of the legislative session? Well, you know, first off. I wanted to kind of give everybody an update on vaccinations. We're currently done. 258,000 vaccines have been administered in the state of Oklahoma just since mid mid December. It's really amazing and we ranked according to the CDC. In the top 10 of all 50 states and vaccines administer per capita, So I'm proud of the team that we put together. As far as case counts are concerned. We've dropped. 56% sent January. 13. Wow, we're currently at around 2700 per day on a seven day averages where we're sitting right now and January 13th. It was 4200 day, so We're starting to see those that curve come down. We think the vaccines are are helping. We also track and bodies and antibodies in the state of Oklahoma are up to around 36% on what? We're what we're saying so Those those are some, You know, positive things and we're hopefully we're at the beginning of the end on on on covert as we as we started to slow down, those is an excellent numbers. I have not looked at a lot of the numbers to tell you the truth. Governor. I like a lot of people were tired to see him every day every single day, but it's nice to see those numbers. Absolutely. Yeah, in constable is ations were down to around 1530 statewide, They peeked over 1700 so Those have also come down. But, yeah, I mean, the media tries to spend every single thing and say that it's getting worse. Getting worse getting worse. I've been on covert meetings every single day since March. We track this were in constant contact with the hospitals. And we're seeing hospitalizations come down cases come down and people are are generally doing a good job in the state of Oklahoma along I go that I was recently over in Arkansas with apologies to Arkansas, but they were asking us. Hey, how are you guys administering the vaccine, and I told him and they were like, Wow, we can't. Our health department's not handling any of it. We have to go down to the pharmacy and make up Make an appointment. So kudos to our health department for forgetting these vaccines out. Yeah, we We've really, You know, we've been on top of that. I have some of the national guard helping. We actually pulled vaccines from the CVS and Walgreens, who had a federal contract to administer. We grabbed around 10,000 vaccines from them. Get him out to our veterans centers quickly because it was gonna be like another three weeks before they could get around to. It s oh, really proud of the team and how we handle that Governor Kevin States with us getting ready for the legislative session, which begins on the first any other legislation or things? You want to talk? Tough to hit on while we have the short time this morning. Well again, You know, regulatory reform is something I continue to push. We've got way too many regulations in Oklahoma compared to other states. Occupational licensing reform is something that we're gonna we're gonna hit on. We've already talked about education. I think the funding formula. Um it's disappointing. Um, but we've got to get our kids back in school and some of the schools there. Shut down. It's just It's just embarrassing. And here in Oklahoma City, I know they're starting to come back. Which I applaud him for because Mork, Edmund Norman Yukon Mustang Guthrie hair, all the other surrounding areas from Oakland City have been open. All the private schools are open. And it's just been disappointing that Oklahoma City wasn't hasn't been opened. But now they're they're finally finally starting to prioritize kids. Well, Governor, Kev instead. Thanks for joining us this morning, and maybe we'll be talking again throughout the legislative session when we see what makes it to the various houses and what they vote.

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"governor kevin states" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"governor kevin states" Discussed on KTOK

"And this is Oklahoma's first news. Mild for February. Our forecast is coming up. The legislative session gets underway today. First up will be Governor Kevin States 2021 State of the State address that's expected to start about 12 45 this afternoon state representatives if I owned more than 1900 bills for the session, and state senators Filed 1035 bills for the session. Theo Oklahoma Healthcare Authority has selected for private health insurance companies to manage care for the states. Newly expanded Medicaid system. Governor Kevin State says managed care is the way to go every other state in the nation. With Medicaid expansion. Also has managed care, every other state in the nation. Because it works for companies are Blue Cross Blue Shield of Oklahoma UnitedHealthcare Humana Health Horizons in Oklahoma complete health. It's estimated that privatizing the state's Medicaid program will cost more than $2 billion. AH Group of Senate Republicans who propose a far smaller covert bill than President. Biden will be guest today at the White House, where the matter will be discussed at all. Scott reports. The group of 10 Republican senators is putting up a $600 billion plan against President Biden's $1.9 trillion proposal. Louisiana, GOP Senator Bill Cassidy said on Fox News Sunday. The two plans see I'd eye on vaccines degree increase capacity to make more vaccine more quickly as well as to adapt to these variants. Cassidy said. The GOP.

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KTOK

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"governor kevin states" Discussed on KTOK

"Planning to attend a Trump rally this weekend. One group thinks you should not. Good morning. I'm Jacqueline Scott in the KT. Okay. New Center, and this is Oklahoma's first news cold this morning, but relatively mild this afternoon. Our forecast is coming up. One Oklahoma Group is warning its members against attending pro Trump rallies this weekend. Oklahoma Second Amendment Association president Don Spencer. Says he issued the warning to his members amid worries of violence in the nation's capital and at the Oklahoma State capital ahead of the inauguration of President elect Joe Biden. Next week, The FBI has issued a warning about armed protests. State capitals this weekend, a new policy announced by Governor Kevin Step will allow schools to forego the mandatory too weak. Quarantine period for students exposed to cope in 19 in the classroom. If the school has a mandatory masked policy states says the mandatory quarantine is the biggest challenge. Facing many schools that want to stay open. The data is clear. The in person school. It's safe and it's what's best for our kids. State Health commissioner Dr Lance Fry says other states have put similar quarantine policies into place and have not seen large outbreaks. If a student shows symptoms or test positive, that student will still be required to stay home. State school Superintendent Joy Hofmeister says Cove in 19 is raging in Oklahoma, and she could not in good conscience support ignoring CDC quarantine guidelines. She did not Attend yesterday's news conference where the governor announced the policy change for schools. In fact, a spokesperson says she wasn't invited. Hofmeister later issued a statement saying in person instruction is critical, and so was medicating the spread of the virus, she says they are not mutually exclusive. Another 29 coping 19 deaths in Oklahoma The State Health Department also reports another 2200 new cases more than 1900 people remain hospitalized. Lieutenant Governor Matt Pinnell calls wearing masks during the cove in 19 pandemic. The patriotic thing to do, he says, wearing masks protects others. He calls the pandemic the largest health crisis of the past century, and for many generations. He's also urging Oklahomans not too relaxed their vigilance and Continued to watch hands and maintain social distancing and Oklahoma County judges extending a temporary restraining order on Governor Kevin States.

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KTOK

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"governor kevin states" Discussed on KTOK

"This morning. More gas and a pushback from the state Capitol. Good morning. I'm Jacqueline Scott in the cake. Okay, New center, and this is Oklahoma's first news. Right now, The warmest will be for the rest of the day. Our forecast is coming up. The state Health Department reporting another 19 Cove in 19 gets in Oklahoma and another 1500. New cases more than 1900. People are hospitalized. House Minority Leader Emily Virgin of Norman tried and failed yesterday to require House members to wear a mask will at the state Capitol, she says. It sends the wrong message that Governor Kevin States executive order applies only to Others to other amendments brought by Democrats were blocked. That would have removed gender pronouns from house rules and that would have allowed virtual public comment during House committee meetings. The Statehouse yesterday formally elected Republican Charles McColl of a token to serve a third term is House speaker. Called said afterward that one priority this session will be their support education in Oklahoma. We're going to work on big education reform this year in a way that is equitable to all parts of the state. With the rules or urban Good policy works everywhere in the state of Oklahoma, You said Other priorities will include expanding high speed Internet in rural areas, improving healthcare and helping businesses recover from the pandemic. Vice President Mike Pence, preparing to count electoral votes and facing pressure from the president, Griff Jenkins reports in those Jobe. Tensions are surely going to rise even more with the war, not victory over Leffler, who's one of the three senators leading the challenges today. Now. Pence's problems started hours ago in the president. Tweeted this. If Vice President Mike Pence comes.

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KTOK

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"governor kevin states" Discussed on KTOK

"Advocate that others who broke the law and get away with it. And finally, when ice shows up to arrest him. They started whining and moaning to the meeting. Use radio 1080. Okay, A m and k x x y FM 96.1 HD to Oklahoma City Covert stimulus heading to the Oval Office. Good morning. I'm Jacqueline Scott in the KT. Okay. New Center Mild today and windy and our forecast is coming up. Congress passes the latest covert stimulus bill, But House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the work isn't finished. Yet. Here's Jared Halpern a procedural resolution in the House needed to advance a massive year and spending bill and coronavirus relief measure. Included a provision setting up a veto override vote next week. President Trump has promised to veto the National Defense Authorization Act, an annual defense policy bill. He has until tomorrow to do so. If he follows through the House will vote on Monday to override that veto. It would take a super majority in both the Democratic controlled House and Republican led Senate to successfully override Senate leadership is not indicated if or when it would try to override the state Health Department says Covert. 19 has killed another six people in Oklahoma that brings the state's coronavirus death told a 2218 nearly 2600 new cases have been diagnosed. Bringing the total number of Oklahoma cases after more than 263,000. Oklahoma has the highest percentage of cove in 19 cases per population compared to All other U. S States and territories. Here's Tanner Carlson. That's according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, According to the CDC. Oklahoma has an average of 151.4 daily cases for 100,000 population over the last week. Most other states average between 40 and 65 cases. Per 100,000. Oklahoma ranks 16th in terms of cases based on population since the pandemic started, some are criticizing Governor Kevin States push for people from other states to visit Oklahoma despite the state soaring covert 19 numbers. Ah 32nd YouTube video encouraging tourism has been viewed more than 100,000 Times and Oklahoma Tourism Recreation Department spokeswoman says the video is scheduled to run through December. 30th large number of Oklahoma teachers are leery about a possible return to in person learning next month. A survey by the Oklahoma Education Association finds that about 63% of those who responded, Don't believe it's safe. Alicia Priest is only a president as someone with a daughter, who is attending school. I empathize with the frustration of parents. We must remember that the enemy is the virus. It's not educators. It's not parents..

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"governor kevin states" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"governor kevin states" Discussed on KTOK

"Scott in the KT. Okay, New Center Cold morning, but we'll have a mild afternoon. Our forecast is coming up. The State Health Department on Monday reported another 1900 covert 19 cases in Oklahoma. And 15 more death more than 1500. People are hospitalized, the state Education Department says. Over the past week, another 2200 Children in Oklahoma have been diagnosed with covert 19 President Trump will sign an executive order today to insure us made covert vaccines go to United States Citizens first here. Sean Langil. The White House says it intends to distribute 40 million doses of a corona virus vaccine by the end of the month and its priorities for Americans to get it first before eating nations around the world. Senior administration officials tell Fox News that President Trump will sign an executive order that will emphasize the administration's distribution priority has been a quote America first approach. Fox News has learned that FDA approval for fine, so screwed virus vaccine could come by the end of the week. The president's order, which he will sign at the White House event today, is also expected to outline a framework for international access. Two American produced vaccines. Governor Kevin States looking for a new Department of Education Board appointee, Beth Myers reports just four days after being appointed to the State Board of Education by Governor Kevin Stitt and Enid Woman has asked the governor to rescind her appointment, Melissa Crabtree says after careful consideration, she has determined this is not the right opportunity for her to serve the state. The governor appointed her to replace Kurt Bolen Bach, who has voted in favor of mask requirements for public schools. Crabtree, like the governor, has advocated against mask mandates. In a statement, The governor says he is extremely disappointed to see how many people were quick to Judge Crabtree without taking the time to personally speak with her. He goes on to say that it has become clear that Democrats and unions On Lee value the voices of teachers when they're willing to fall in line with their political agendas. The University of Oklahoma is working with the city of Oklahoma City to test wastewater for covert 19. Researchers from the university have been testing sewage for several months. Program, which is designed to discover covert 19 outbreaks in Oklahoma City and allocate the needed resource is in response is being funded by $535,000 and cares Act money. State Treasurer Randy McDaniel says diminished oilfield activity is having a significant impact. On the Oklahoma economy. Margo Murano reports. McDaniel says November gross production tax collections on oil and natural gas were off by more than 50% from the same time last year, and since November of 2018, the number of active Riggs has plunged by more than 90% from 148 only 13. He added that Oklahoma oil fields have shed more than 20,000 jobs in the past two years. Unemployment levels are down by almost 40% Jiang. School officials say they acknowledge and accept the criticism after photos of Saturday's championship football game were posted showing large groups of students not wearing masks. The game was held at the University of Central Oklahoma, which had a mask mandate for all those attending the game from.

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KTOK

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"governor kevin states" Discussed on KTOK

"Jacqueline Scott in the KT. Okay. New center. This is Oklahoma's first news Cold morning leading into a mild afternoon. Our forecast is coming up the state Health Department. Yesterday reported another 1900 Govind 19 cases in Oklahoma and 15 more deaths more than 1500. People are hospitalized, the state Education Department says Over the past week, another 2200 Children in Oklahoma Have been diagnosed with covert 19 officials say the numbers underscore the fact that Children do get infected and they do transmit the virus. President Trump will sign an executive order today to ensure us made Covad vaccines go to Americans first. Here's Sean Langil. The White House says it intends to distribute 40 million doses of a corona virus vaccine by the end of the month. And its priorities for Americans to get it first before eating nations around the world. Senior Administration officials tell Fox News that President Trump will sign an executive order that will emphasize the administration's distribution priority has been a quote America first approach. Fox News has learned that FDA approval for five so screwed virus vaccine could come by the end of the week. The president's order, which he will sign at the White House event today, is also expected to outline a framework for international access. Two American produced vaccines Governor Kevin States looking for a new education appointee that Myers explains just four days after being appointed to the State Board of Education by Governor Kevin Stitt and Enid Woman has asked the governor to rescind her appointment, Melissa Crabtree says after careful consideration, she has determined this is not the right opportunity for her to serve the state. Governor appointed her to replace Kurt.

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"governor kevin states" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"governor kevin states" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And will Iran really throw out nuclear weapons inspectors? We report on the aftermath of a scientists assassination It's Thursday, December 3rd, the singer Andy Grammer is 37 years old. Today news is next. Line from NPR News on Korver Coleman. The Trump Administration says it's going to auction off drilling rights in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska. The last minute push comes sooner than some opponents expected. The sale date is January 6th. Has long been controversy over whether to drill for oil in the Arctic Plain. A new report finds that global warming is making people sick and leading to more premature death. NPR's Rebecca Herscher reports. This comes as scientists confirmed the past decade was the hottest on record. Longer, more intense heat waves are particularly dangerous. New research conducted by doctors around the world found that in the last 20 years, there's been a more than 50% increase in heat related deaths for people over 65. In the U. S. That mean nearly 20,000 older people dying just last year. Air pollution is also leading to hundreds of thousands of premature deaths around the world and hurricanes, Floods and wildfires are all getting more severe because of climate change. Such disasters not only injured people, they make it harder to get routine medical care. Global greenhouse gas emissions are still rising, and you and scientists say the pandemic has had basically no effect on the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Rebecca Herscher. NPR NEWS Oklahoma's governor has declared a state wide day of prayer and fasting in response to the Corona virus pandemic from member station K w GS. Chris Polanski has more. Dr Shane on a wrecker is a family physician in Oklahoma City and member of the Christian Medical and Dental Associations, a national evangelical group. He says he welcomes Governor Kevin States declaration, but that people of faith still need to follow public health guidelines. Maybe that Guy's able to heal but I suspect that if you go out and put yourself in front of an oncoming train, Yeah, you're healing well, bto see him and heaven State has stressed individual responsibility over state government action when it comes to mitigating the pandemic. He has not issued a statewide mask mandate. On Wednesday, the state reported 54 deaths a single day record for NPR news. I'm Chris Polanski in Tulsa. There's growing interest in Congress, where a smaller coronavirus relief package Democratic leaders believe they can support a slimmer relief bill. Knowing that Joe Biden will push for further action Once inaugurated, NPR's Kelsey Snell says there's concern that lawmakers could leave for the holidays without passing relief for struggling Americans. Millions of people are at risk of eviction. Millions of people are at risk of losing unemployment benefits, and the political pressure of that reality is just absolutely immense. You know what Democrats also see a completely different negotiating and political universe on the very near horizon. It had been saying since Joe Biden won the election that they could pass a smaller relief bill now and do More. Later, NPR's Kelsey Snow reporting on Wall Street, the Dow was up 162 points. This is NPR news Live from KQED News. I'm Brian what a member of Governor Newsome's office staff has tested positive for covert 19. The governor's office says the staffer did not have contact with Newsom, who is quarantined, but that person is believed to have come into contact with other staff members who will begin quarantine. In the meantime, the head of a state working group tasked with ensuring that the upcoming Corona virus vaccine meat safety requirements, says its role out here will not be delayed by the panel's review process. Here's UC Berkeley's Arthur Wrangled the vaccines can arrive. And and being distributed and the administered quite quickly After that federal approval more than 300,000 doses are expected to arrive in California mid December. Healthcare workers are expected to be the first in line. Anyone who has had covert 19 in the last three months will be asked to wait because they likely have some immunity. Current surge is leading San Mateo Counties Cove ID compliance team to hand out more citations to businesses that allow unmasked customers or crowds. County manager Mike Cal Aggie says most companies cleaned up their practices after a warning. The ones that were citing are just determined, not be compliant. Some of these air gyms Is this is a 10 to operate at night. I think it Z really necessary now that all eyes be out there on these businesses and that you know, to extent that people are violating it that it's reported. San Mateo County officials say they're testing a higher percentage of residents for Cove in 19 than any other county in California, with the exception of San Francisco. Brian what KQED news Support comes from Bridge Bank this morning, a division of Western Alliance bank offering flexible financial solutions to entrepreneurs and the venture capital community..

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"governor kevin states" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"governor kevin states" Discussed on KTOK

"Will be under curfew tonight. I'm him who? So Fox News. Most of the 40 million people living in California will have to be home by 10 o'clock tonight and stay there through 5 A.m.. The curfew comes as Corona virus cases spiral upwards, and officials say even more stringent measures might have to be taken. Some are criticizing that move after Governor Gavin Newsom attended a birthday party last weekend to have the governor not practice what he preaches to go to one of the most lavish expensive restaurants in the entire country and break his own rules and executive orders. That's not leadership. Santiago Mayor Kevin Faulconer, one of the governor's Children, has been placed in quarantine after possible exposure to the virus at school. Just hours before kick off. A college football game is called off. The Florida State Clemson game has been postponed after medical personnel from both schools couldn't agree it was safe to play amid the pandemic. Clemson's quarterback was scheduled to play after missing the last two games while recovering from Cove. It President Trump has arrived at his golf course in Virginia, where some supporters and protesters gathered. He has yet to concede to President elect Joe Biden. And in a serious of tweets this morning, he continued to argue that fraud was widespread. We have 234 pages of affidavits in Michigan of voters in one county, saying, This is what I observed. We have voters in Pennsylvania, saying I showed up to vote was told I couldn't cast my ballot. Because there is a mail in ballot that was cast on my behalf that wasn't cast by me. These are real claims their systematic claims and our justice system is where that will play out. And that's something that the media cannot get in the way of White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany on Fox and Friends in Georgia Republican Governor Brian Campus certified the results while saying the president can request another recount. America's listening to Fox News when it comes to news weird, their news radio 1000 Katie, Okay, Oklahoma's first use Oklahoma thunders longest tenured and most beloved players, Steven Adams is being traded to the New Orleans pelicans, according to a report from ESPN and the athletic. It's part of a multi teen trade. The thunder are getting future 1st and 2nd round draft. Picks in exchange for Adam's. The Thunder also traded James Johnson to Dallas for two players in a draft pick. The latest numbers from the state Department of Health showed 2921 new cases of covert 19 statewide. Health officials say 15 Oklahomans have died from the virus, bringing the state's death toll to more than 1600 Governor Kevin States Thanksgiving plans or causing controversy during a news conference this week. Governor said he planned to spend the holiday with his parents, despite pleas by the mayors of Tulsa and Oklahoma City for.

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"governor kevin states" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"governor kevin states" Discussed on KTOK

"Good morning. I'm Jacqueline Scott, you center. This is Oklahoma's first news showers and low eighties Today, our forecast is coming up. Theo Oklahoma City Council extends the city's mask ordinance to October 20th. It originally was proposed to extend the ordinance in November, 30th after Thanksgiving, But Councilman David Greenwell's After the earlier dates, I think, uh, when we break this down into smaller segments I think it's gonna be more acceptable, more agreeable by most of the people hopefully final vote 6 to 3. The extension will take effect in the current ordinance expires on September 8. Governor Kevin States, urging people to use space mess in public, but he says he will not issue a statewide mandate. The governor says data show a decrease in Kobe 19 cases once people start wearing masks, but he says he does not believe in mandating something statewide. School Superintendent Joy Hoffmeister says about 75% of Oklahoma's public schools started the school year within person instruction, but not all were able to remain open. At least 110 of our district's Or in person have seen positive cases in their schools. And most of these incidents have resulted in disruption of quarantine, she says. Children need schools to be open and the best way for that to happen is for everyone to wear masks. The president was met with both support and opposition when he visited Kenosha, Wisconsin yesterday. Here's Jeff Man also Hundreds of people showed up here to round support for President Trump. We love him and to protest. I don't think Trump's would become in till the common theme as the president's motorcade drove through Heartbreak is making sense to tap your own community. How dare they President also visited Canosa's emergency command center, So I came to think The law enforcement the police. They're incredible. The president saying he's committed to helping rebuild the city and providing almost $50 million to local and state law enforcement and of business is to help them rebuild. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden's looking to prove to voters he will not ban fracking. Here's Jackie Heinrich fightin trying to shore up support in swing state. Pennsylvania will have to convince some voters that if elected, he will not ban Fracking. I am not banning Frank. Let me say that again. I am not banning fracking. It may be a heavy lift with Biden's own words being used against him by a pro trump group fracking in abiding administration. No, make sure it's a limited campaign is trying to get that ad taken down. Upset it misrepresents Biden stands on fracking from the kg. Okay, Weathers and I'm the forewarned Storm Team..

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01:53 min | 2 years ago

"governor kevin states" Discussed on KTOK

"To 78 in Game seven. The Boston Celtics Toronto ticket to nothing lead of the defending champion wrappers around too. I'm Dave Anthony, This is Fox News. We'll be wearing masks in Oklahoma City awhile longer. Good morning. I'm Jacqueline Scott in the Katie. Okay. New Center. This is Oklahoma's first news showers and low eighties today are forecast is coming up. The Oklahoma City Council extends the city's mask ordinance stocked over. 20th originally proposed to extend the ordinance to November 30th after Thanksgiving. But Councilman David Greenwell suggested the earlier dates. I think, uh, when we break this down into smaller segments, I think it's gonna be more acceptable, more agreeable by Most of the people. Hopefully, the final vote was 6 to 3. The extension will take effect when the current ordinance expires on September 8 governor Kevin States urging people to use face masks in public, but he says he will not issue a statewide mandate. The governor says data show a decrease in Kobe 19 cases once people start wearing masks, but he says he does not believe in mandating something statewide. The school superintendent Joy Hofmeister says about 75% of Oklahoma's public schools started the school year with in person instruction, but not all were able to remain open, at least 110 of our districts or in person. Have seen positive cases in their schools, and most of these incidents have resulted in disruption of Corentin, she says. Children need schools to be open and the best way for that to happen is for everyone to wear mask Actor and filmmaker Ron Howard's established a scholarship to the University of Oklahoma for rural students who want to study drama. Cowardice from Duncan. The scholarship is named after his parents Ransom G. Howard, who also were actors. They.

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Abortion in Oklahoma can resume, despite governor's ban

Lee Matthews

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Abortion in Oklahoma can resume, despite governor's ban

"A temporary restraining order by an Oklahoma City federal judge effectively lifted the ban on most abortions in Oklahoma governor Kevin states ban on routine or elective surgeries had included the abortion ban did said when he ordered the restriction it was intended to preserve medical equipment needed for coronavirus patients federal judge Charles Goodwin says the state can not stop women from getting an abortion but what sets this order intrudes on

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Ohio, Oklahoma courts rule abortions can continue amid virus

Lars Larson

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Ohio, Oklahoma courts rule abortions can continue amid virus

"News courts in two states now say abortions can continue even during restrictions imposed by the pandemic judges say abortions in Ohio in Oklahoma do not fall under nonessential elective surgeries the Associated Press reports the sixth circuit appeals court did not take up the argument from Ohio's Attorney General while in Oklahoma judge blocked a portion of governor Kevin states ordered to put off elective surgeries abortion opponents argue continuing with the procedures used as personal protective equipment now in short supply to fight coronavirus Oklahoma's Attorney General says he plans to challenge the decision to the tenth circuit court of

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"governor kevin states" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"governor kevin states" Discussed on KTOK

"The economic impact of the corona virus pandemic erased earlier gains and sent the Dow today down nine hundred thirteen points to close at nineteen thousand one hundred seventy three the S. and P. fell one hundred four points the nasdaq lost two hundred seventy one points U. S. senators are trying to hammer out a bipartisan bill that would bring relief to workers and businesses suffering because of the corona virus crisis U. S. Senate president Mitch McConnell says he wants an agreement by the end of today so they can write the bill tomorrow they then would hold the first vote at the end of tomorrow's session the state health department announced today that its now partnering with diagnostic labs of Oklahoma to speed up testing on coronavirus cases and get the test results back a lot quicker the state has already shipped more than three hundred specimens to the D. yellow lab in Dallas with test results expected back in a couple of days the health department says it will still prioritize delivering test results within twenty four hours for Oklahoma's most vulnerable population including those in nursing homes and those with compromised immune systems and the state health department reported today that there are now forty nine confirmed corona virus cases in Oklahoma up from forty four yesterday there are eight people in the hospital still just one death in Tulsa but there are more than three hundred seventy test results pending of the positive cases the health department says most are people age eighteen to forty nine and the state of Oklahoma is hearing from a lot of business owners impacted by the coronavirus situation here is Margo marrano the state of Oklahoma has a damage assessment website for business owners to report their losses related to the corona virus outbreak so far more than twenty six hundred Oklahoma business owners have completed the website survey the website is damage dot okay dot gov the information will be used to help support governor Kevin states request for a FEMA disaster declaration Tulsa mayor GT Bynum says it hasn't gone unnoticed that some surrounding towns still haven't closed their bars and restaurants to stop the spread of corona virus I don't think that's a hard decision.

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"governor kevin states" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"governor kevin states" Discussed on KTOK

"The tribal gaming dispute good morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott of the Katie okay news center it'll be late coming but we should hit the seventies today are forecast is coming up what to do with tribal casino money while the dispute was tried just pending as Megan bishop tells us the state attorney general's weighing in Attorney General Mike hunter says governor Kevin states administration cannot divert gambling revenue from tribal casinos into a trust while a dispute continues under goes on to say gambling revenue received by the state must be allocated according to state law under the law twelve percent of that revenue goes to the state's general fund of the rest is deposited into a fund for public education the state house passes a bill to protect student loan borrowers house bill twenty nine twenty two by state representative Melissa Provenzano of Tulsa would direct the state Attorney General to prepare and publish a document in layman's terms about the rights of student loan borrowers the legislation was passed without a title which means it must be voted on again but yesterday's passage keep the bill alive past the house of origin deadline this Thursday at midnight officials with two Oklahoma civil rights groups say they intend to sue the state if the legislature passes the bill to prohibit state contracts with companies that boycott Israel attorneys with the Oklahoma chapters of the American civil liberties union and council on American Islamic relations say the bill is unconstitutional they say the Supreme Court has held that a boycott is a form of free speech Oklahoma's bill is similar to laws that federal judges in Arizona Kansas and Texas have blocked from taking effect in the wake of the confirmation of Oklahoma's first case of corona virus state health officials are telling us not to panic they say most cases are very similar to a mild case of the flu and won't require hospitalization or even a trip to the doctor they say if you experience symptoms stay home and avoid contact with other people the trump administration is coming up with ways to soften the blow to the economy from the corona virus but as Rachel Sutherland tells us Democrats have their own ideas president trump will ask Congress for a payroll tax cut help for small businesses an hourly wage earners to help mitigate the economic impact of the virus house Majority Leader Steny Hoyer says he doesn't think a payroll tax cut as a way to go.

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"governor kevin states" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"governor kevin states" Discussed on KTOK

"News view with tribal gaming money good morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott in the Katie okay new center this is Oklahoma's first news cold this morning but seventies this afternoon are forecast is coming up Attorney General Mike hunter says governor Kevin states administration could not divert gambling revenue from tribal casinos into a trust well a dispute with the tribes is pending a state lawmaker had asked for hunters opinion he says gambling revenue received by the state must be allocated according to state law the state house passes a bill to protect student loan borrowers house bill twenty nine twenty two by state representative Melissa Provenzano with Tulsa would direct the state Attorney General to prepare and publish a document in layman's terms about the rights of student loan borrowers the U. S. Supreme Court rejects the petition for a review of his case by a former Oklahoma City police officer convicted of rape thirteen Oklahoma City women accused Daniel Holtzclaw of sexual attacks while on duty he was sentenced to two hundred sixty three years in prison from the Kitty okay weather center around the forlorn stormteam it'll be partly cloudy today we will eventually reach the low seventies and then tonight will drop to the low sixties tomorrow will be partly sunny with a chance of isolated morning showers will have a high in the mid seventies tomorrow with a little tomorrow night in the mid fifties and then on Thursday it'll be partly cloudy we will zoom up to the upper seventies and then Thursday night will cool off in the low forties for more news listen to the daily diet that big news stories explain not shouted listen to the daily diet each day on the I heart radio app or wherever you get your favorite podcasts I'm Jacquelyn Scott news radio one thousand Katie okay newsradio one thousand Katie okay studios or service of universal men's clinic for medical solutions for Edie yellow teeth learn more at universal men's clinic dot com a coffee maker a dishwasher and a water heater just some of the appliances in the Matthews mansion that have been ruined by hard water I'm Leigh Matthews and if your home's water tastes bad or smells bad or if hard waters ruining your appliances do what I did call the pros at pelican water systems now for your free water test.

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"governor kevin states" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"governor kevin states" Discussed on KTOK

"I'm Dave Anthony this is fox news play and good morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott in the Katie okay you center this is Oklahoma's first news cool dated closed out January our forecast is coming up it's called server care to point told the plan unveiled by governor Kevin state yesterday to apply for federal block grant money in order to expand Medicaid coverage to low income working adults in Oklahoma he says his plan will delivery the delivery of services we will achieve cost containment by changing our Medicaid system to focus on rewarding health outcomes and stronger performance in care I will begin to navigate away from the government run fee for service model that forty other states have already abandoned I will first we'll focus this reform first on those that are eligible for understood care to point out he says there will be moderate premiums and work requirements but also better healthcare and better outcomes officials at oral Roberts university say a student there is under quarantine after returning from China that's where the corona viruses exploding the student is showing no coronavirus symptoms but the school says officials want to make sure that students doesn't have the fires so the student will be quarantine for fourteen days the Oklahoma county sheriff's office with the help of the B. and H. O. project has identified a woman's body was found forty years ago covered in line on the banks of the north Canadian river eighty Jones using DNA and genealogy research they help identify army veteran camera hi card sheriff's investigators confirm Tigers like it'd be using.

"governor kevin states" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"governor kevin states" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Are millions of refugees Lebanon Beirut Syria Iraq Yemen deaths to Americans in Iraq in the earlier war this was a bad guy we took him off the playing field and that's important Iraq's parliament has voted today to remove US troops in that country because of the air strike five people have been killed and sixty others are injured following a multi vehicle crash overnight on the Pennsylvania turn pike east of Pittsburgh Pennsylvania state police spokesman Stephen the money says a passenger bus started the chain reaction pileup as they were traveling on that bus it was headed on a downhill grade and the bus was unable to negotiate a call a corner that bus went up an embankment rolled over and then was subsequently struck by two tractor trailers another tractor trailer caymans collide with those two tractor trailers a long stretch of the Pennsylvania Turnpike in the western part of the state remains closed in both directions the governor of Oklahoma is using an out of state law firm to represent him and his ongoing dispute with native American tribes over casino gambling Republican governor Kevin state has hired Seattle based Perkins who we do advise is office in his attempt to renegotiate the state's gaming compacts with the tribes three of the most powerful tribes in this state suits did in federal court after the governor said the tribes would be operating illegally after January first the two sides are in the midst of a dispute about whether the existing Compaq's expired on new year's day I'm quite novel I'm in Kate's hi it's David masters join me and my brother Alfred vice line in the midnight Monday through Friday right here on seven twenty eight on in on one a one forty five that specifies.

More than 400 inmates released from Oklahoma prisons

First Light

06:20 min | 3 years ago

More than 400 inmates released from Oklahoma prisons

"This is a very interesting story coming out of Oklahoma yesterday they had over four hundred inmates released after a loss signed this year retro actively reduce the sentences for prisoners who had committed low level crimes it's a very interesting thing especially for Oklahoma we're about one in every hundred Oklahoma adults is locked up at any given time they have a pretty big prison population out there the governor governor state is trying to cut that back to save some money and get people who maybe shouldn't be behind bars for that long a time get them out back into a real life so what I find out about this really a neat deal put on by governor Kevin state that his wife Sarah yeah he must've had carpal tunnel syndrome developing him to sign all E. I think paperwork for each one of these people than me yeah yeah he did then there's more to sign to you know four hundred and fifty nonviolent inmates released yesterday there still some processing work on dozens of other by the time this thing is done as far as this computation goes will be over five hundred people that were released because of this effort so I think they had on average been about three years behind bars for most of these people most them getting out maybe one and a little over a year early and the states just not they're not just pushing him out the door they're they're providing some help aren't they yeah yeah these were low level mainly low level drug crimes may and do what they're doing is giving them the resources to succeed so yesterday during the ceremony there was somebody from a non profit there in fact this was a man who was a former inmate himself who had a second chance himself he was there speaking with the inmates about some of the resources available to them saying that his nonprofit group would be there to help them apply for jobs to help them get those job interviews anything they need this nonprofit group would be there the First Lady of Oklahoma Serra state she had job fairs for these individuals before they were released because she said she thought it was really great that they were going to get released but didn't want to just throw them out in the wild and then three months later they'd be right back in jail that's the other step of this it's not just the release it's the ability to choose to be self sufficient after the release that's the big part of what's going on here in Oklahoma it's very interesting because sometimes the little things that you might not think of a very important I note that that the state made an effort to make sure that these inmates are released with the state issued driver's license or identification card because if you want to get a job or housing or a lot of other things related to you know having any kind of a successful life you need this kind of identification and you wouldn't think just like a little card like that could be so important but apparently it's important enough for the state made an effort to make sure that these that the these people are walking out of the jail with you know with with the card in hand to help them off right away so it's an interesting thing where we had right and left coming together to do this now how I mean how did this this was done by a ballot referendum a hot hot how did all this happen yeah you know there wasn't much backlash about this at all this is an issue that Oklahoma has faced for a long time as far as you know you gave the statistics there and they're pretty startling is the number of Oklahomans that the order of course rated at one point in their life and you know this is nothing new to governor Kevin state either he's rude worked on reducing overcrowding in state prison since he took over as governor even before that in the state of Oklahoma so no surprise for Democrats or Republicans in that state there were some technicalities that made this possible there was a law passed this year that made it easier to review the sentences of inmates who had been charged with crimes that would not be considered felonies and back in twenty sixteen the state passed reforms that term some low level felonies in the misdemeanor so we're all set up this was all planned it was all in the works and it finally came together and it resulted in the release of four hundred and fifty inmates so I know that there also now discussing some changes to the criminal justice system out there which I I guess looking toward the future would die keep the the you know the jails and prisons from being clogged up again so do you know a black if there's anything actually planned in the legislature at this point yeah I think right now it's all in the works it would be the best way to say it they they know that there's an issue in Oklahoma as far as the number of people who are being locked up but I think the step in twenty sixteen to turn some low level felonies and misdemeanors was one big step toward that there may be other movies that similar to that is they come up fire upon the next legislative session no specifics yet but this is a continued effort in Oklahoma a state as you said that has a lot of people on average incarcerated yeah I I see that the the local chapter of the American civil liberties union has put out some things that they would like to stay to do I guess to get the state legislature to pass including changes to laws that require some repeat offenders to automatically be no get harsher punishment no matter what the circumstances might be and so the the ACLU is saying that if you want to reduce the prison population you need to to deal with the sentencing at what they call sentencing enhancements and and that would go a step so that mean that that's where it's going to probably get a little more difficult I mean no you can it's probably easier to agree on okay these people they weren't violent their low level they'll be better served getting out of prison and into back into real life but then when you have to look ahead now how do we deal with criminal justice in the future that's where it gets difficult so you know on I suppose that we can hope that the good feeling on both sides working together to come together and pass something like this can continue and maybe they can maybe they can lead the nation as we try to deal with our our criminal justice population

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Visitation Reinstated at Some Oklahoma Prisons After Unrest

Lee Matthews

00:43 sec | 3 years ago

Visitation Reinstated at Some Oklahoma Prisons After Unrest

"Visitations been reinstated at some state prisons that had been locked down since last month after race based gang tension erupted killing one inmate and hurting three dozen others Jim Forsyth reports visitation resume this weekend in the medium security unit said Joseph harp James Crabtree and Lexington correctional center said the Oklahoma state penitentiary normal operations including visitation also resumed at minimum security prisons department of corrections officials say five other state prisons and three privately operated prisons remained on lockdown after last month's brawls governor Kevin state issued an executive order cracking down on contraband cell phones which he said were used to facilitate the

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