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Let's Pod This

Let's Fix This

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Let's Pod This

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Let's Fix This

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Let's Pod This is the official podcast of grassroots organization Let's Fix This, Inc., where we talk with policymakers, advocates, elected officials, and regular folks from across Oklahoma to explain how our government works and provide context for the pressing issues facing our state.

Latest Episodes

Love's Executioner

We're two weeks into the legislative session, an d bills are starting to move. Some are alive, a few are dead (or at least mostly dead), and others...well, it's still a bit too early to tell. This week Representative Jason Dunnington (HD88) joins the crew to talk about two of his bills and a whole lot else. Topics include: Conversion therapy ban advances Roberts vaccine bill killed in committee Needle exchange advances Ford seatbelt law advances Rose day stuff Death penalty Resignation of Steve Buck New state brand Movement on bills that made Bailey happy! #Oklegvalentines

65 MIN5 d ago
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Love's Executioner

2020 State of the State

Scott is joined by our newest co-host, Bailey Perkins, to discuss the finer points of Governor Stitt's second State of the State address.

53 MIN1 w ago
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2020 State of the State

2020 Session Preview

The Oklahoma legislative session starts in less than two weeks, so we're giving listeners an update-in-brief so that you are ready and prepared. Updates: - Stone & Smalley have resigned: - Tribal gaming - Healthcare reform - Marijuana - Redistricting - How will this year be different - What does this session look like for the Governor? - Tribes are pissed - Agency director budgets - The BUDGET - Continued consolidation of executive authority? - It’s an Election Year! - How does this impact bills/votes/posturing? - What the heck is Inhofe gonna do? - Highlight a few bills - HJR 1027 - changes to - HB2876 Death Penalty bill - Dunnington Next week: Predict-o-Rama!

73 MIN3 w ago
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2020 Session Preview

It's our 2020 Predict-O-Rama!

Think you know what bills will pass and what bills will fail? Great, because it's time for our annual Predict-O-Rama game! Scott and I run thru the slate of options, and now it's your turn to vote! Link to the game: https://forms.gle/peFv2FMSWpZPjqpQ6

55 MINJAN 3
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It's our 2020 Predict-O-Rama!

2019 wrap-up...and a look ahead

Did Governor Stitt deliver on the plans and promises he listed during his 2019 State of the State address? We break it down and then look ahead at what to expect from the 2020 legislative session.

45 MIN2019 DEC 11
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2019 wrap-up...and a look ahead

People Not Politicians (Gerrymandering Oklahoma series #5)

BIG NEWS! A rag-tag group of Oklahomans have banded together to form "People Not Politicians," a nonpartisan organization that has filed a ballot initiative to amend the state constitution to create an independent redistricting commission and end gerrymandering in our state! We hear all about it from their Campaign Manager, whom you might already know...

41 MIN2019 OCT 29
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People Not Politicians (Gerrymandering Oklahoma series #5)

Should student athletes be paid? (with Peter Daggett)

Much to the chagrin of the NCAA, the state of California recently passed the Fair Pay to Play Act, which law permits collegiate athletes to hire agents and make money from endorsements. A similar bill will likely be filed in Oklahoma next year, so we sat down with OU gymnast (and burgeoning entrepreneur) Peter Daggett to hear his perspective as a student athlete.

54 MIN2019 OCT 11
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Should student athletes be paid? (with Peter Daggett)

Power to the People with Katie Fahey(Gerrymandering Oklahoma series #4)

This is the fourth and final episode in our "Gerrymandering Oklahoma" series. By now we know what gerrymandering is, how and why it happens, and a few ways to prevent it. Buthow, exactly, do you get it to stop when the political system is rigged against you? You let the voters take the lead. For this, we spoke with Katie Fahey who started a people-first movement in Michigan in 2018 that led to the formation an independent redistricting commission and virtually eliminated gerrymandering from her state

32 MIN2019 OCT 6
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Power to the People with Katie Fahey(Gerrymandering Oklahoma series #4)

Ratf**ked (Gerrymandering Oklahoma series #3)

EThis is the third episode in our "Gerrymandering Oklahoma" series. We wanted to learn more about gerrymandering around the country, so we wanted to talk to a man who literally wrote the book on the topic, David Daley. He is the author of "Ratf**cked: Why Your Vote Doesn't Count" and has probably looked at more maps and driven more legislative district boundaries than anyone else in the country.

48 MIN2019 SEP 19
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Ratf**ked (Gerrymandering Oklahoma series #3)

A Cause we all have in Common (Gerrymandering Oklahoma series #2)

This is the second episode in our "Gerrymandering Oklahoma" mini series. Now that we know how legislative redistricting is done and how that process often leads to gerrymandering, we want to talk broadly about how states can prevent politicians from picking their own voters. For that, we speak with Dan Vicuña from Common Cause, to gain some insight on what's worked in other states and how their organization is involved.

27 MIN2019 SEP 7
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A Cause we all have in Common (Gerrymandering Oklahoma series #2)

Latest Episodes

Love's Executioner

We're two weeks into the legislative session, an d bills are starting to move. Some are alive, a few are dead (or at least mostly dead), and others...well, it's still a bit too early to tell. This week Representative Jason Dunnington (HD88) joins the crew to talk about two of his bills and a whole lot else. Topics include: Conversion therapy ban advances Roberts vaccine bill killed in committee Needle exchange advances Ford seatbelt law advances Rose day stuff Death penalty Resignation of Steve Buck New state brand Movement on bills that made Bailey happy! #Oklegvalentines

65 MIN5 d ago
Comments
Love's Executioner

2020 State of the State

Scott is joined by our newest co-host, Bailey Perkins, to discuss the finer points of Governor Stitt's second State of the State address.

53 MIN1 w ago
Comments
2020 State of the State

2020 Session Preview

The Oklahoma legislative session starts in less than two weeks, so we're giving listeners an update-in-brief so that you are ready and prepared. Updates: - Stone & Smalley have resigned: - Tribal gaming - Healthcare reform - Marijuana - Redistricting - How will this year be different - What does this session look like for the Governor? - Tribes are pissed - Agency director budgets - The BUDGET - Continued consolidation of executive authority? - It’s an Election Year! - How does this impact bills/votes/posturing? - What the heck is Inhofe gonna do? - Highlight a few bills - HJR 1027 - changes to - HB2876 Death Penalty bill - Dunnington Next week: Predict-o-Rama!

73 MIN3 w ago
Comments
2020 Session Preview

It's our 2020 Predict-O-Rama!

Think you know what bills will pass and what bills will fail? Great, because it's time for our annual Predict-O-Rama game! Scott and I run thru the slate of options, and now it's your turn to vote! Link to the game: https://forms.gle/peFv2FMSWpZPjqpQ6

55 MINJAN 3
Comments
It's our 2020 Predict-O-Rama!

2019 wrap-up...and a look ahead

Did Governor Stitt deliver on the plans and promises he listed during his 2019 State of the State address? We break it down and then look ahead at what to expect from the 2020 legislative session.

45 MIN2019 DEC 11
Comments
2019 wrap-up...and a look ahead

People Not Politicians (Gerrymandering Oklahoma series #5)

BIG NEWS! A rag-tag group of Oklahomans have banded together to form "People Not Politicians," a nonpartisan organization that has filed a ballot initiative to amend the state constitution to create an independent redistricting commission and end gerrymandering in our state! We hear all about it from their Campaign Manager, whom you might already know...

41 MIN2019 OCT 29
Comments
People Not Politicians (Gerrymandering Oklahoma series #5)

Should student athletes be paid? (with Peter Daggett)

Much to the chagrin of the NCAA, the state of California recently passed the Fair Pay to Play Act, which law permits collegiate athletes to hire agents and make money from endorsements. A similar bill will likely be filed in Oklahoma next year, so we sat down with OU gymnast (and burgeoning entrepreneur) Peter Daggett to hear his perspective as a student athlete.

54 MIN2019 OCT 11
Comments
Should student athletes be paid? (with Peter Daggett)

Power to the People with Katie Fahey(Gerrymandering Oklahoma series #4)

This is the fourth and final episode in our "Gerrymandering Oklahoma" series. By now we know what gerrymandering is, how and why it happens, and a few ways to prevent it. Buthow, exactly, do you get it to stop when the political system is rigged against you? You let the voters take the lead. For this, we spoke with Katie Fahey who started a people-first movement in Michigan in 2018 that led to the formation an independent redistricting commission and virtually eliminated gerrymandering from her state

32 MIN2019 OCT 6
Comments
Power to the People with Katie Fahey(Gerrymandering Oklahoma series #4)

Ratf**ked (Gerrymandering Oklahoma series #3)

EThis is the third episode in our "Gerrymandering Oklahoma" series. We wanted to learn more about gerrymandering around the country, so we wanted to talk to a man who literally wrote the book on the topic, David Daley. He is the author of "Ratf**cked: Why Your Vote Doesn't Count" and has probably looked at more maps and driven more legislative district boundaries than anyone else in the country.

48 MIN2019 SEP 19
Comments
Ratf**ked (Gerrymandering Oklahoma series #3)

A Cause we all have in Common (Gerrymandering Oklahoma series #2)

This is the second episode in our "Gerrymandering Oklahoma" mini series. Now that we know how legislative redistricting is done and how that process often leads to gerrymandering, we want to talk broadly about how states can prevent politicians from picking their own voters. For that, we speak with Dan Vicuña from Common Cause, to gain some insight on what's worked in other states and how their organization is involved.

27 MIN2019 SEP 7
Comments
A Cause we all have in Common (Gerrymandering Oklahoma series #2)
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