Gov. Stitt's COVID-19 Restrictions, School Board President Fired, Prison Practice Ended and More

Nov 20, 2020

This Week in Oklahoma Politics, KOSU's Michael Cross talks with Civil Rights Attorney Ryan Kiesel and former House Speaker Kris Steele about Governor Stitt's restrictions on bars and restaurants and mask requirement for state employees and in state buildings to curb the spread of COVID-19 as well as Stitt's firing the president of the Virtual Charter School Board as he was investigating Epic Virtual Charter School.

The trio also discusses calls by Republican lawmakers for an investigative audit of the State Department of Education, the decision by the Department of Corrections to end the practice of time of for good behavior and Oklahoma ranking the worst in the nation for voter participation.