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Headlines: Oil Revenues Drop, FEMA Says No & ODOT Studies Earthquakes

Headlines for Tuesday, April 7, 2015:

  • Declining oil prices cuts into Oklahoma’s revenue collections. (NewsOK)

  • FEMA refuses a disaster declaration for Tulsa and Cleveland Counties after tornadoes last month. (Tulsa World)

  • The State Department of Transportation is looking into earthquake effects on bridges. (Journal Record)

  • A bill increasing the wait time for abortions advances in the State Senate. (Tulsa World)

  • Two unclaimed property fund bills opposed by the state treasurer appear dead this session. (NewsOK)

  • A bill to expand charter schools is stalling at the Capitol. (NewsOK)

  • The Edmond School Board is selecting a new superintendent. (NewsOK)

  • An Eastern Oklahoma doctor gets stripped of his license for allegedly over prescribing drugs. (Oklahoma Watch)

  • The Duncan teen suspected of murdering an Australian baseball player appeals the decision to move the trial. (NewsOK)

  • An Oklahoma City parking study gets detoured. (Journal Record). 

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