State Officials Refuse To Release A Report On A Troubled Relief Program Where Parents Purchased TVs And Smartwatches

(OK WATCH) Oklahoma is keeping secret a review of a pandemic relief program where some families spent money intended for school supplies on video game consoles and barbecue smokers. State officials have repeatedly denied Oklahoma Watch and The Frontier’s requests over the past month to release a state monitor’s report on how Oklahoma used federal relief funds, claiming the document is not a public record. Kathryn Gardner, an attorney for the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press, who is advising the news organizations, said the state has not provided a legitimate reason to keep the report a secret or…

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