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Headlines: Stitt’s gender order, Norman turnpike ruling & “Reservation Dogs” final season

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Local headlines for Wednesday, August 2, 2023

Governor Stitt’s executive order defines males or females by sex at birth. (KOSU)

PlatePay is costing the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority millions of dollars. (Tulsa World)

State high court rules in favor of Norman turnpike extension. (NewsOK)

State Supreme Court hears arguments over new medical marijuana licensing fees. (Tulsa World)

Tulsa faces a new lawsuit over a 2020 Trump rally. (Tulsa World)

Senator Lankford says military is not the answer at the border. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma City votes for police reforms. (KOSU)

Congress overturns protections for the lesser prairie chicken. (KOSU)

Conservative group calls for ouster of Tulsa superintendent. (Tulsa World)

Tulsa Honor Academy opens today after getting hit hard by storms. (Tulsa World)

OKC transit program provides bus passes for student. (KOSU)

Oklahoma tax-free weekend begins Friday. (NewsOK)

Ranchers are working to start their own meat processing plants. (KOSU)

NE OKC activists are working to stem gun violence by targeting trauma. (NewsOK)

“Reservation Dogs” final season begins today. (NewsOK)

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