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Headlines: Medical marijuana bills, Stitt’s TV ads & OKC Museum of Art

Local headlines for Monday, March 14, 2022

Medical marijuana industry keeps a close eye on legislation. (NewsOK)

A litany of education bills advances at the State Capitol. (KOSU)

Two bills strip authority of school meals from the Education Department. (Tulsa World)

Critics pan tax credit for donating to teachers. (NewsOK)

Governor suggests $20M to fix state’s disability list backlog. (NewsOK)

Stitt launches first TV ads for reelection bid. (NewsOK)

Candidates for U.S. Senate face a short election cycle. (Tulsa World)

Tulsa County is still searching for a new polling place. (Tulsa World)

Initiative engaging Indigenous Oklahoma voters begins new election season. (KOSU)

Program works to engage Native American doctors. (Journal Record)

Congress approves the final $1M for OKC National Memorial. (NewsOK)

Gender wage gap still favors men in Oklahoma and the U.S. (Journal Record)

Casii Stephan releases a new single. (Tulsa World)

OKC Museum of Art celebrates 20 years. (NewsOK)

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