Oklahoma Wins Opioid Trial, Permitless Carry Permit, MAPS4 Goes to Voters & More

Aug 30, 2019

This Week in Oklahoma Politics, KOSU's Michael Cross talks with Republican Political Consultant Neva Hill and ACLU Oklahoma Executive Director Ryan Kiesel about the ruling by a Cleveland County district judge awarding the state $572 million in its opioid lawsuit, supporters of a petition to stop permitless carry hope to gather enough signatures to get State Question 803 on the 2020 ballot and the Oklahoma City Council unanimously passes MAPS 4 and sends it to voters on December 10th.

The trio also discusses Epic Virtual Charter getting $113 million despite facing investigations and allegations of embezzlement and Governor Stitt says he supports local communities raising property taxes to pay for local schools.