Oklahoma legislators get no break

Although the Oklahoma elected officials should be taking a much-needed break after the official end of a special session, there seems to be no rest for the weary or any break for anyone involved in the political world in Oklahoma.

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With more than five announcements being made in August alone for legislators resigning or deciding not to seek reelection, it seems the political landscape for the state is up in the air. Many interim studies related to public health are scheduled to take place in the coming months so stay tuned for more information on what data or solutions those studies produce about issues related to the AHA's priorities.

Government Relations Director Alisa Northcutt has been busy attending market board meetings in Tulsa and Oklahoma City, as well as meeting with Oklahoma legislators, various coalitions and gearing up for the start of the interim studies.

Be on the lookout in the Oklahoma City market for the Go Red For Women luncheon on Nov. 2 and for CycleNation, which makes its return on Nov. 9

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