As befitting a television character, Anderson has adjusted remarkably well to his loss of sight, has a successful career, and is popular with the young women of Washington D.C. We don't know how well thousands of real veterans who suffered life-altering injuries while serving in Iraq are adjusting to their loss.
Blood, treasure and the war in Iraq
Oklahoma must act now to overcome its shortage of primary care physicians
The Oklahoma Legislature has within its means the ability to begin to heal a problem that has long plagued Oklahoma – decreased access to health care, caused in large part by the state’s severe shortage of primary care physicians.
Oklahomans say more money won’t improve student learning
“There’s a tradition in education,” former New York City school chancellor Frank Macchiarola once observed, “that if you spend a dollar and it doesn’t work, you should spend two dollars; and not only that, you should give those two dollars to the same person who couldn’t do the job with only one.”
Incentives for filming in Oklahoma benefit state, says film executive
The film industry is good for Oklahoma. Filming has taken place in over 28 of our state’s communities. With diverse film locations from Sayre to Tulsa and Waurika to Davis and many points in between, film is an equal opportunity industry where small towns are on a level playing field with major cities in their ability to attract productions. In 2009, the Oklahoma Film & Music Office scouted locations in over 75 communities spanning 45 counties across the state.
Immigration incentives for foreign entrepreneurs and investors
In recent years the U.S. Congress has enacted laws that allow foreign business people to come to the American for the purpose of conducting business.