Season 4 Episode 446 | 27m 44s
Facing a shortage of funds and growing demand for services, receiving mental health care in Oklahoma now means getting sicker, quicker. Critics of the state’s budget process say current practices could put Oklahoma in a financial crisis. And State Superintendent Joy Hofmeister discusses upcoming cuts to K-12 education because of the “flat” appropriation for next fiscal year, this week on ONR.
Aired: 06/04/15Video has closed captioning.