While Oklahoma lawmakers tussle over red flag laws, unconstitutional abortion bills, and naming highways after President Donald Trump, voters in the state have passed sweeping criminal justice reforms, legalized medical marijuana and now have accepted Medicaid expansion.
The Frontier is tracking confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, in an effort to inform people where the virus is spreading.
The ramifications of GREY2K USA Worldwide’s videos, filmed without the knowledge of the trainers, could have a much wider effect on the dog racing industry as a whole, as almost all of the dogs are shipped to other states to perform in sanctioned races, and some of the individuals filmed allegedly doing live-lure training co-own dogs or train dogs for individuals who are highly-placed in the national dog racing industry, according to the group.
The Frontier is again tracking every jail death in Oklahoma in 2020. We hope to uncover more about how and why people die in Oklahoma jails.
After more than a five-year hiatus following a series of high-profile mistakes, Oklahoma is set to return to lethal injection when executions resume, possibly as soon as late 2020.
The Frontier is tracking every officer-involved shooting in the state in 2020.
Sarah Edwards with Yes on 805 discusses the state question’s effort to end sentence enhancement for nonviolent offenders, which will be on the ballot on Nov. 3, 2020.