In my last column, I gave a rundown of some of the legislation that will become law this year that will positively impact Oklahomans.
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One of the biggest differences I have found between bigger cities and smaller towns was how citizens can give back to the communities.
Doctors are hard to come by in rural America. Nearly 20 percent of Americans live in rural communities. But only 10 percent of doctors practice there.
Now that the legislative session is over, I want to look at some of the reforms passed this year that were signed into law by the governor that will have a positive affect for Oklahomans.
Ask a city employee what the most important aspects of running a town are, and among the more common answers you receive might be infrastructure and revenue.