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OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahoma lawmakers on Thursday approved a bill prohibiting all abortions with few exceptions, and providers said they would stop performing the procedure as soon as the governor signs the bill.

OKLAHOMA CITY — A bill that would have allowed tribes to offer sports betting for the first time in casinos has failed. Revenue from the bill would have bolstered public school funding.

he Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA) named Porsha Riley as its new Public Information Officer (PIO). Riley will primarily handle media inquiries while helping to keep Oklahomans updated with the latest OMMA-related news.

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I recently voted on an important public safety measure and have gotten some negative responses from individuals who weren’t clear on what the …

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As we wrap up Women’s History Month, I look back at the past week and realize how blessed I am to have this opportunity to help write a piece …

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OKLAHOMA CITY — A bipartisan group of Oklahoma senators rejected a plan that would have shifted $128 million in public funds to families of children who choose not to attend public schools. The vote came early Thursday morning, just after midnight.

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OKLAHOMA CITY — House lawmakers this week narrowly passed a measure that critics say could strip cities and counties of the ability to regulate vegetable gardens and mediate disputes between landowners.

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OKLAHOMA CITY — State leaders Tuesday unveiled a $5 billion, 15-year vision aimed at growing the state’s turnpike infrastructure, alleviating congestion in urban areas, and adding interchanges along some of Oklahoma’s most antiquated rural routes.