Oklahoma is messed up. Can it be fixed before our children inherit the mess?

On vacation, I asked my daughter if she was ready to go back to her home state. She replied, "I don't like Oklahoma." Can we blame her?
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Survivors of Oklahoma City bombing left with questions about how money from disaster fund was distributed

Some survivors say they still struggle to gain access to millions of dollars donated to help them get on with their lives after the 1995 bombing
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Gatesway in ‘tentative’ agreement on $1.75 million owed to bank, shoring up finances, board member says

Gatesway board member John Feary defended Board President Greg Arend’s handling of Gatesway's financial situation, said there were no illegal acts by the foundation's former CEO, and the board has been working to fix past mistakes by leadership.
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‘Quit coming back:’ Gatesway Foundation breaks silence following Frontier investigation

Interim Gatesway CEO Gloria Morton told a Frontier reporter on Friday to "quit coming here," and said she might conduct an interview with a television station, but "not with you."
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Five years after tornado, residents of Oklahoma town still waiting for money back from homebuilding scam

Residents still talk about the charismatic dark-haired woman from Texas with seven different last names who arrived on a mission from God to help the mobile home park rebuild.
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Gatesway says state budget cuts caused its financial woes. Documents show the problems run far deeper

Gatesway quickly fell from steady financial footing and tumbled into debts so unmanageable its leaders began frantically liquidating assets, laying off employees and picking off clients they deemed “unprofitable” just to pay its bills.
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After 50 years with the Gatesway Foundation, Lester Carter had his services terminated when he was found to be ‘most unprofitable’

"High Flyin' Lester Carter" had been a client of The Gatesway foundation for 50 years. But when the agency ran into financial problems, Lester and several other clients deemed "most unprofitable" were let go.
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‘Dark money’ group spending thousands of dollars in governor’s race has close ties to candidate, ministry

A "dark money" group seeking to outlaw abortion and whose members are closely associated with gubernatorial candidate Dan Fisher and his ministry purchased scores of television and radio advertisements promoting Fisher's candidacy. But who is funding the group remains a mystery.
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Unofficially official: The Tulsa Flag is seemingly everywhere but City Hall. What gives?

"It has really taken hold at a level beyond what we thought was possible. It’s really everywhere," Wignarajah said. Everywhere but City Hall.
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