Medical co-pay might deter inmates from seeking treatment, but officials say it’s a two-sided coin

In 2016, the state's Department of Corrections collected just over $250,000 in medical copays. That same year, the agency spent about $84.4 million on health care — up almost 35 percent from FY 2011.
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Listen Frontier: Mayor G.T. Bynum discusses the key aspects of his budget proposal

Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum sat down with us to discuss what's in his budget proposal, and what challenges he faced in putting the whole thing together.
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Secretive nonprofit group that spent heavily in 2014 election quietly dissolved

The organization had come under scrutiny by election watchdog groups and law enforcement for its spending and ties to the T.W. Shannon U.S. Senate campaign.
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Voting opens for new city flag design as project organizers settle on three finalists

The Tulsa Flag group presented the three finalists to the City Council on Wednesday, and voting is now open to the public.
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Mayor’s budget likely won’t include more money for Tulsa Jail, but that doesn’t mean deal with county is dead

Mayor G.T. Bynum presents his first city budget Wednesday, and although administration officials aren’t sharing details, the proposed budget is not expected to include more money to cover the cost of holding municipal inmates in the Tulsa Jail.
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