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Headlines: Oklahoma execution lawsuit, “magic mushrooms” & Discovery Lab’s STEAM Center

Local headlines for Wednesday, March 2, 2022

Experts testify in Oklahoma’s lethal injection case. (NewsOK)

Republicans push forward with measures impacting state elections. (Tulsa World)

A bill limiting sexual content in school libraries advances at the State Capitol. (KOSU)

Panel approves bill banning nonbinary designation. (Tulsa World)

Legislation looks to add more stress to Oklahoma teachers. (Journal Record)

Bill to allow research of “magic mushroom” psychedelic substances gains support. (NewsOK)

62 more COVID-19 fatalities bring Oklahoma’s Provisional Death Count to 14,674. (KOSU)

Tulsa Health Department discontinues its COVID-19 ZIP code map. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma’s Congressional delegation reacts to State of the Union. (Tulsa World)

Governor Stitt sets special election dates to replace Senator Jim Inhofe. (NewsOK)

Governor Stitt urges Biden to end purchase of Russian oil. (Tulsa World)

Electric car maker Canoo gets $15M from Stitt. (Tulsa World)

Project moves forward for statewide electric vehicle charging stations. (NewsOK)

Race Massacre researchers want to look for burial sites. (Tulsa World)

OKC Council passes reforms for police. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma City sets aside MAPS4 funds for operations and upkeep. (Journal Record)

Tulsa residents oppose the building of 5G towers. (Tulsa World)

Discovery Lab opens STEAM Center to TPS students. (Tulsa World)

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