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Headlines: Drummond on Classwallet lawsuit, Senate Republican leadership & Thunder home win

Local headlines for Monday, February 12, 2024

AG Drummond refuses to refile lawsuit against Classwallet. (Tulsa World)

Swadley’s takes to social media over lawsuit against the state. (NewsOK)

Religious leaders criticize Governor Stitt’s religious rhetoric in State of the State. (NewsOK)

Leaders of the House and Senate spar over tax cuts. (Tulsa World)

Senate Republicans plan to vote this morning on new leader. (Oklahoma Voice)

Gun lobbyists look to call shots in Senate President Pro Tem race. (NewsOK)

Senator Treat seeks legacy in license tag law. (NewsOK)

Lawmakers are considering water usage measures in the current session. (KOSU)

Republican Representative wants to target high insurance premiums. (Tulsa World)

Longtime OKC politician and restaurateur Cathy Cummings dies at 62. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma voters are heading to the polls in special elections tomorrow. (KOSU)

Western Heights hopes bond proposal can build trust. (NewsOK)

Analysis shows teacher base pay increased 9.3% this school year. (Tulsa World)

Tulsa School Board hopefuls file reports. (Tulsa World)

Bacone College faces new troubles. (Tulsa World)

New York University plans to start an academic center in Tulsa. (Tulsa World)

Former gubernatorial candidate faces conviction in threats to TU. (Tulsa World)

Lawton prison officials fire staff members after inmate’s death. (Oklahoma Watch)

Del City is considering a legal fight to block a new Oklahoma County jail. (NewsOK)

Survey shows morale and leadership concerns in the Tulsa Police Department. (Tulsa World)

OKC homeless program makes progress. (NewsOK)

1921 Race Massacre reparations program defined. (Tulsa World)

Governor Stitt hires new health secretary. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma Baptists plan to move to lower Bricktown after purchase of former Sonic HQ. (NewsOK)

The late Toby Keith left his mark as a businessman, patriot and philanthropist. (NewsOK)

Thunder win over Sacramento snaps two-game losing streak. (NewsOK)

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