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Headlines: School lunches, Canoo incentives & Sooners advance

Local headlines for Wednesday, March 16, 2022

State Senate passes a bill changing how school lunch programs are administered. (Tulsa World)

State House sends the Senate a pair of bills on financial oversight of charter schools. (KOSU)

Legislation focuses on the business model of Tesla. (Journal Record)

Lawmakers look at cryptocurrency in dealing with medical marijuana. (Tulsa World)

Medical Marijuana Authority is working to regulate the industry. (Journal Record)

Fake law enforcement officers raid state’s marijuana farm. (NewsOK)

State plans to spend millions of dollars to incentivize an electric car company. (The Frontier)

Former Congresswoman Kendra Horn plans to run for Jim Inhofe’s Senate Seat. (Tulsa World)

Congressman Hern plans to stay in CD1. (Tulsa World)

Trump endorses Stitt in reelection bid. (NewsOK)

Mobile shower station provides services to homeless. (Tulsa World)

General revenue remains strong. (Tulsa World)

Tribes clash over new casino. (NewsOK)

OKC approves local film incentives. (NewsOK)

Inflation could make St. Patrick’s Day eating more expensive. (Journal Record)

New Warren Clinic planned for Owasso. (Tulsa World)

OU beats Missouri State in NIT opener. (NewsOK)

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