“The state is not required to prioritize ending human life in utero over saving human lives, and certainly, nothing in the Constitution says so.”
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“States that have expanded Medicaid are in a much better position to combat COVID-19 and are showing better results. Oklahoma is not one of those states.”
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The new data shows 13,148 tests have been administered in Oklahoma so far, with over 11,000 of them testing negative.
This service is great for patients who have a fever, upper respiratory issues or just need medications refilled and don’t want to go into the Doctor’s office.
This is welcome news as districts clamor for ways to get meals to students in the midst of distance learning necessary in the wake of the global pandemic.
“Our districts have begun planning their alternative delivery methods to support student learning as they prepare to reconnect students with their teachers in adaptive ways.”
The latest updates from State Representative Mark Lawson regarding testing, supplies, sheltering and closures and task forces.