Kassie McClung joined The Frontier in May 2016. She reports on health, criminal justice and other state issues. Kassie holds a bachelors degree in multimedia journalism from Oklahoma State University. She likes dogs, maps and data.
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What does the financial health look like for students of Oklahoma’s largest universities? We’ve gathered the data on how much debt students take on, how quickly they pay it off and how much those students earn.
An organizer of a petition drive to legalize medical marijuana in Oklahoma says the group has learned from its 2014 attempt. “We’ve had a great deal of time to go over everything that worked and everything that didn’t work.”
“Writing has the power to change people’s lives,” Stackable said. “Ultimately, it’s about lighting a spark inside them that could turn into a flame, and they could actually have power to change their lives and not keep coming back to jail over and over again.”