Additional health and human services cuts in Oklahoma would be devastating, agency heads say
Beer is poured into cups in this AP photo. Oklahoma health and human services agency heads said Wednesday that Oklahoma legislators should consider increasing the tax on alcohol and beer to help pay for treatment costs and not send as many nonviolent offenders to prison.
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