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Headlines: Abortion initiative petition, OKC homeless camps & Christmas lights

Local headlines Wednesday, November 23, 2022

Initiative petition would allow Oklahoma voters to decide n abortion access. (Journal Record)

Legislative study on women’s health excludes abortion access. (Oklahoma Watch)

Oklahoma City kills ordinances to criminalize homeless encampments. (KOSU)

A Tulsa County judge will decide the outcome a city council race. (Tulsa World)

Authorities arrest suspect in quadruple murder at Hennessey marijuana grow. (NewsOK)

TPS board member questions clear backpack policy at McLain High School. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma offers money for math tutors to fix pandemic learning losses. (KOSU)

Interim president takes reins at USO in January. (Journal Record)

PSO seeks another rate hike. (Tulsa World)

The incoming divided Congress will need to take on a new Farm Bill. (KOSU)

Oklahoma’s unemployment rate rises for a third straight month. (NewsOK)

Federal Reserve provides mix bag report on regional economy. (Journal Record)

A new digital map shows broadband service across Oklahoma. (NewsOK)

New director takes over the Oklahoma Film + Music Office. (NewsOK)

A Glenpool woman works to keep native cuisine alive. (KOSU)

Thanksgiving dinners to cost 20% more this year. (Journal Record)

Holiday travel nears prepandemic levels. (NewsOK)

New Winterfest tree arrives. (Tulsa World)

Where to find Christmas lights in Oklahoma. (Tulsa World)

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