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Oklahoma’s Small Business Tax Collection Hits All Time High

September 19, 2014 Forbes Contributor Rex Sinquefield Opponents to pro-growth tax policy argue that reducing income tax rates will only benefit the wealthy, hurt workers, and destroy social programs. So, how does a state reduce marginal tax rates, lead the

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Local doctor campaigns to lower health care costs

September 25, 2014 KOCO NEWS. A local doctor wants to lower your health care costs. Dr. Keith Smith, with the Surgery Center of Oklahoma, posts his prices online. He started a group called the Free Market Medical Association. The group

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Forbes ranks Oklahoma 2nd best state for recent grads

August 8, 2014 Fox 25 Oklahoma City – Rewind back to 2008 and it wasn't uncommon to find recent grads searching for work for months on end. The financial crisis for many meant waiting it out, sometimes for more than

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Owasso official: Macy’s could hire up to 5,000 for Tulsa County distribution center

September 18, 2014 Tulsa World: OWASSO — A new Macy’s distribution center being built in north Tulsa County could employ 5,000 people by this time next year, an Owasso official said. “That is twice as much as we were anticipating,”

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Free Market Friday: Fuel for Employment

September 18, 2014 The Journal Record: Free Market Friday: Fuel for Employment Opinion Column by Michael C. Carnuccio In the recent New York Times best-seller Wealth of States, authors Arthur Laffer, Stephen Moore, Rex Sinquefield and Travis Brown analyze what

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10 least expensive states to live in the U.S.

September 7, 2014 USA TODAY: How important is your location to you? When searching for a place to live, generally each person (or family) has something at the very top of their priorities list, which is the single most important

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Oklahoma’s backbone

September 5, 2014 Oklahoma’s backbone: The Journal Record opinion guest column by Michael Terry On July 16, 1935, the world’s first parking meter was installed at what was then the corner of First Street and Robinson Avenue in downtown Oklahoma

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Oklahoma an outstanding place for first-time home buyers

August 18, 2014 NewsChannel4: If you are looking for your first home, a new study shows Oklahoma is a good place to start your hunt. WalletHub created its ‘2014 Best & Worst Cities for First-Time Home Buyers’ by looking at

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