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OAHCP: Medicaid Cuts Represent a Catastrophe for Oklahoma Seniors and Nursing Home Facilities
Tuesday, March 29, 2016

A 25 percent Medicaid cut could force 269 of the state's 289 skilled nursing facilities to close, leaving 16,800 vulnerable seniors and patients at risk of being displaced.

John Maisch: Change needed to Oklahoma's alcohol distribution laws
Sunday, March 20, 2016

In today's Oklahoman, John Maisch of the Intittute for Responsible Alcohol Policy argues why Oklahoma needs to modernize its alcohol distribution system as well as its liquor laws.

David Koeneke: It's time to replace Oklahoma's shoddy old license plates
Saturday, March 19, 2016

Dave Koeneke from the Tulsa World writes about the need to replace Oklahoma's aging license plates.

Beer Business Daily: A-B's Branch Problem
Monday, February 22, 2016

From Beer Business Daily: Anheuser-Busch opposes alcohol modernization efforts in Oklahoma and gets torched by craft beer enthusiasts in response.

OAHCP: State Can Act Now to Save Rural Nursing Homes and Health Care
Monday, February 15, 2016

The Oklahoma Association of Health Care Providers (OAHCP), working collaboratively with hospitals throughout the state, has identified a means of significantly increasing federal support for health care by participating in a federal program known as Upper Payment Limit (UPL).

Law Enforcement Must Be Included in Alcohol Talks
Thursday, January 28, 2016

In today's Journal Record: law enforcement agents say they need to be included in coversations about alcohol modernization to prevent teen access and protect public safety.

Lawton Constitution: Commanche County Memorial Hospitals Support UPL
Thursday, January 28, 2016

Read why Comanche County Memorial Hospital officials are supporting UPL,  a plan to support rural hospitals and nursing homes.

Oklahoman: Could funding program be prescription for better care at rural hospitals, nursing homes?
Tuesday, January 26, 2016

The Oklahoma Health Care Authority is making plans to participate in a federal program that could provide millions of dollars in increased funding for Medicaid patients.

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