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Headlines: 2022 Budget Passes, Unemployment Claims Increase & President Bush Pitches

Local headlines for Friday, May 21, 2021

The state budget is heading to the governor’s desk. (Tulsa World)

Democrats decry secretive process in budget. (Journal Record)

Budget includes tax credit donations for private schools. (NewsOK)

Senate passes bill allowing medical marijuana taxes for schools. (Tulsa World)

Congressman Bice breaks with GOP in voting for Jan. 6 commission. (NewsOK)

13 more COVID-19 fatalities bring Oklahoma’s Provisional Death Count to 8,399. (KOSU)

Concerns rising over COVID-19 vaccine slowdown. (NewsOK)

The school year is winding down, but educators are already looking forward to the fall. (KOSU)

Oklahoma’s new public health lab director is leaving the job. (KOSU)

Oklahoma sees an increase for initial and continued unemployment claims. (Tulsa World)

Law Enforcement identifies source of Tulsa ransomware attack. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma County faces lawsuit over jail inmate’s death. (NewsOK)

Feds seize 68 large cats from Tiger King Park. (KOSU)

Oklahomans reflect on Middle East crisis. (NewsOK)

More guests added to Race Massacre Centennial event. (Tulsa World)

Tulsa’s Port of Inola eyes future development. (Tulsa World)

Retail Merchants Association launches 401(k) plan for members. (Journal Record)

Tulsa Ironman competition takes place tomorrow. (Tulsa World)

Former President Bush throws ceremonial first pitch in Stillwater. (Tulsa World)

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