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Headlines: Execution protocol trial, medical marijuana bils & “Reservation Dogs” awards

Local headlines for Tuesday, March 8, 2022

Trial over execution process comes to an end. (NewsOK)

Prominent lawyer challenges special election to replace Inhofe. (NewsOK)

The Department of Health is ending its daily reports of COVID-19 numbers. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma County hires firm to handle COVID-19 funds. (NewsOK)

Tulsa Union ends masking requirement. (Tulsa World)

OCPS Board votes to end school uniform requirements. (NewsOK)

Republican lawmakers are pushing bills to stop Coronavirus mitigation efforts. (KOSU)

State House approves gun rights bill. (Tulsa World)

Geography impacts legislative divide. (NewsOK)

Legislators outline marijuana priorities. (Tulsa World)

Insulin advocates want more from lawmakers. (NewsOK)

Lawmakers look to change drivers’ license system. (NewsOK)

Price of gas reaches the highest in 14 years. (Tulsa World)

Tulsa faces lawsuit in crosswalk death. (Tulsa World)

Fentanyl concerns rise at the Oklahoma County Jail. (NewsOK)

Senator Lankford presents purple heart to veteran after a decade wait. (NewsOK)

A global tech team looks to locate in Pryor. (Tulsa World)

“Reservation Dogs” wins at Independent Spirit Awards. (Tulsa World)

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