An Oklahoma legislator drew national attention recently when he reported finding a GPS device attached to his pickup truck. But the issue of tracking devices goes well beyond one angry lawmaker. Low-income buyers of used cars in Oklahoma often leave the lots with devices that track their every move and can even disable their vehicles.
News about the financial crisis at the Oklahoma State Department of Health has focused lately on accounting schemes and questions of oversight. Getting less attention is what the debacle could mean for public health.
Uninsured drivers took a step closer to receiving automatic citations after a contract with the state District Attorneys Council was allowing a Massachusetts-based company to deploy license plate scanners. The enforcement program is believed to be the first of its kind in the nation.