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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.

Okahoman: Nursing home rule change is worthy of consideration
Monday, January 25, 2016

Read the Oklahoman's editorial  on a plan that that could inject up to $275 million annually of federal funds into rural health care in Oklahoma.

FKG Consulting Adds Saundra Naifeh to Growing Public Affairs Team
Monday, January 4, 2016

Former Edmond Mayor Saundra Naifeh is joining FKG Consulting as the firm's executive counsel.

Legislative Session Ends
Friday, May 22, 2015

After coming to agreement on the new state budget, the House and Senate adjourned Sine Die on Friday, one week before the constitutionally mandated adjournment of 5:00 pm, next Friday, the 29th.

Budget Agreement Reached
Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Governor Mary Fallin and legislative negotiators reached agreement this week on the state’s budget. The budget for next fiscal year will total $7.19 billion, including $48.7 million in supplemental for the current fiscal year.