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Headlines: Pot Lawsuit, Hoodie Ban and Heupel Out

Headlines for Tuesday, January 6, 2015:

  • A group of conservative Oklahoma lawmakers are opposing Attorney General Scott Pruitt’s marijuana lawsuit. (Tulsa World)

  • An Oklahoma bill to prohibit hoodies in concealing one’s identity is causing a national stir. (NewsOK)

  • Governor Fallin is setting a date for a special election to fill a Tulsa State Senator’s Seat. (Tulsa World)

  • The Norman Chamber of Commerce is supporting a drinking water rate increase for its citizens. (Journal Record)

  • The firings continue at the University of Oklahoma as the Sooners release Josh Heupel. (SI)

  • A late away game for the Oklahoma City Thunder ends in a 117 to 91 loss to the Golden State Warriors. (ESPN)

  • An Oklahoma Congressman wants a new speaker in the U.S. House. (NewsOK)

  • The Tulsa Public School Board is considering spending more than a million dollars for new buses. (NewsOn6)

  • The Department of Transportation is taking a defensive stance going into this year’s legislative session. (Journal Record)

  • Oklahoma City’s Football Club is looking for two new players to join its team. (NewsOK)

  • The Oklahoma City Thunder makes a trade to get a guard from Cleveland while sending one of its players to New York. (NBA.com)

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