Oklahoma, like most of the nation and the world, is in the midst of an unprecedented public health event. The situation seems to be changing daily around the globe and here at home. As of Tuesday afternoon, this is what I can tell you.
Lifestyle & Opinions
In a matter of hours, the world in which we live changed last week, and that change started right here in Oklahoma.
These are extraordinary times in which we are living.
The House this week passed legislation that would grant a cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) to state retirees in six of the state’s pension plans.
There’s a lot of talk going on right now about Coronavirus and the discussion ranges from “hide yo’ kids, hide yo’ wives” to “don’t worry about it and go to work” but I think the reality falls somewhere in the middle.