Survey: Tell us about your experience with maternal health care in Oklahoma

Your answers will help us learn more about what works in the system and what doesn't. It takes about three minutes to fill out. 
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Ardmore refinery sues chemical manufacturers for toxic ‘forever chemical’

The lawsuit accuses the companies of product liability for defective design, product liability for failure to warn, negligence, gross negligence, fraud and deceit, breach of warranties, unjust enrichment and violation of the Oklahoma Consumer Protection Act.
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As opioid crisis surged, state pharmacy board member had the busiest pharmacy in Tulsa County

The pharmacy, Spoon Drug, sits in a small shopping center just off the Sand Springs Expressway next to a Taco Bueno and a nail salon. It is owned and operated by James “Jim” Spoon, a longtime member of the state’s pharmacy board and current Sand Springs mayor.
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Oklahoma’s largest private prison plagued by gang violence and lockdowns

“What’s happening out there is just ugly,” Former Oklahoma DOC director Joe Allbaugh said. “There’s no other way to describe it."
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Trucker who died of pneumonia in Atoka Co. Jail told police he was sick, video shows

Michael James Hoeppner was arrested on suspicion of drunk driving and died from pneumonia in jail. He had told an arresting officer — at least twice — that he was sick.
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Cell by Cell: Suspected of driving drunk, a long-haul trucker died in jail—but he actually had pneumonia

Michael Hoeppner wasn't high or drunk — just deathly ill. He died in an Oklahoma jail without medical treatment.
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In Oklahoma, pregnancy for black women can be a matter of life and death

With a maternal mortality rate three times that of white women, pregnancy for black women in Oklahoma is sometimes a matter of life and death.
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More Oklahoma women are dying from pregnancy-related causes, and the reasons are myriad

In Oklahoma, one woman dies each month and 70 more have life-threatening complications. The lessons learned from their cases are, for the most part, uncharted.
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After the death of a 16-year old, a judge has ordered new procedures for juveniles at Oklahoma County jail

A new ruling requires speedier assessment of minors booked into the jail to weigh whether they can be transferred to juvenile detention
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Before dying in prison of a ruptured appendix, Joshua England begged for medical attention

A federal lawsuit claims a 21-year old Oklahoma man vomited, wept and lay on floor of his cell doubled over in pain before his death. A doctor never examined him.
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