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  • Tulsa County Sales Tax Rebate (Vision 2025)

    Through 2017, the Vision 2025 sales tax will be collected and contains an annual tax rebate to residents (must have been residents for the full calendar year) of Tulsa County aged 65 or older. One rebate per household of $18.00. You can file online or print a form to mail. Read More

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    Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma, Inc.
  • Forum on DACA - Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivalbs

    An information clinic in Tulsa on Saturday, February 28th Read More

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    Dream Act Oklahoma - Tulsa
  • 5 Tips From a Family Mediator for Your Divorce Mediation

    Divorce is tough enough without having to endure a public battle and reliving all the strife in a courtroom. An alternative to that knock-down-drag-out trial is mediation – the process of both parties sitting down with a trained individual who can help you arrive at agreements that best suit your circumstances. I’m not saying it’s easy – not much about divorce is – but it’s a very good option to explore if you want to get through the process with less damage than a trial can inflict. Content Detail

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    ShellHarrington.com
  • Above The Law The secret world of government debt collection

    Government agencies across the country are hiring private debt collectors to go after millions of Americans over unpaid taxes, ancient parking tickets and even $1 tolls. Content Detail

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    CNN Money
  • Phone Number Spoofing Scams - Alert!

    Caller ID fraud is illegal, but it's not stopping people from using "spoofing" apps to try to scam you! Beware! Read More

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    Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma, Inc.
  • Administrative Relief Resource Center

    Resources on administrative relief and how individuals can prepare for coming changes to immigration law. On November 20, 2014, President Obama announced that his Administration will modify immigration policy. The Department of Homeland Security issued a series of memos to make changes to removal priorities, Secure Communities, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, deferred action, provisional waivers, parole, and more. In general, the reforms fall into three categories: (i) changes to immigration enforcement policy; (ii) deferred action expansion; and (iii) changes to our legal immigration system. Content Detail

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    Immigration Advocates Network
  • Be sure your voice is heard - Register to Vote

    It's an important privilege! Last day to register to vote in Oklahoma for the Nov. 4, 2014 election is Friday, October 10, 2014. Read More

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    Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma, Inc.
  • Same-sex couples may use marriage certificates to change name on driver's licenses

    "Same-sex couples in Oklahoma may now use a marriage certificate issued either in Oklahoma or from another state for purposes of changing their name on an Oklahoma-issued driver license or identification card," according to a statement from the DPS on Wednesday morning. Content Detail

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    Tulsa World
  • Residents' Rights in Nursing Homes, Assisted Living and Residential Care Facilities

    Know your rights for clients and family members living in nursing homes, assisted living and residential care facilities. Read More

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    OK DHS
  • Securing Your Home for Natural Disasters

    A natural disaster is a devastating event caused by rain, wind, fire, and even earth that endangers people's lives and property. Although there is often little that can be done to prevent a natural disaster, people can take steps to reduce the effect that it has on themselves and their property. When it comes to our homes, it is important to know how to prepare for the numerous threats from nature. Not only will this save your property from excessive damage, but it may also help to save the lives of loved ones. Read More

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    Hannah Kerns
  • OK-SPLASH is ready to help Oklahoma seniors

    OK-SPLASH helps people 60 and older providing brief legal services including legal information, advice and referral. Call 1-855-488-6814 Read More

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    Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma, Inc.
  • Rebates for Tulsa Area Seniors

    It's rebate season in Tulsa but act fast, there is a limited time to apply. Read More

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    Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma, Inc.
  • Questions and answers on the new health care law

    Enrollment in health insurance plans offered under the law begins Tuesday and continues until March 31, 2014. Coverage starts Jan. 1. People who already have health insurance can keep it and satisfy the law’s requirement to have insurance as long as the plan meets minimum coverage requirements. Read More

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    Tulsa World
  • City of Tulsa offering 3-week parking ticket amnesty

    Tulsa drivers were given a belated Christmas present Wednesday, as the City of Tulsa announced that it would offering a three-week amnesty period for parking ticket payments. Content Detail

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    2Works for You
  • Choctaw Nation picked to lead new anti-poverty effort

    WASHINGTON — The Obama administration has picked the Choctaw Nation as one of the first five organizations to test a new anti-poverty program aimed at marshaling an array of resources to improve life in chronically poor areas. Content Detail

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    NewsOK