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Pigs and goats likely catch it too. It's been found in humans' noses in the Southwest — and in the air at airports and at chicken farms in Malaysia.
Local headlines for Friday, March 31, 2023
This Week in Oklahoma Politics discusses the censure of Rep. Dean Davis (R-Broken Arrow) after he was arrested on charges of public intoxication and the State Senate amending and passing education bills from the House causing a stalemate between the chambers.
U.S. Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg visited Oklahoma City as a part of the Biden Administration’s “Investing in America” tour.
The charges, which are expected to be released in coming days, make Trump the first former president in United States history to be criminally indicted.
A federal judge in Texas who previously ruled to dismantle the Affordable Care Act struck down a key part of the law. Opponents say the ruling jeopardizes preventive care for millions of Americans.
Oklahoma offers pregnant residents special Medicaid coverage. That coverage used to last only 60 days after delivery, but under a new policy, that coverage will run for a full year instead.
Oklahoma State University is adding a bachelor’s of nursing program to its Stillwater campus this fall. The addition will help combat the state’s nursing shortage.
Local headlines for Thursday, March 30, 2023
The Not Invisible Act Commission's first public stop will be in Tulsa at the Osage Casino Hotel on April 11 starting at 9 a.m. It will then head to Alaska and Arizona.
All told, drugmakers and distributors will pay over $50 billion to communities harmed by opioids. An investigation finds that only a dozen states are letting the public see how they use the money.
A new report by WalletHub measured how much people pay in property, income and sales tax in proportion to the amount of money they make.
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