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Headlines: School voucher bill fails, medical marijuana legislation advances & Thunder snaps losing streak

Local headlines for Thursday, March 24, 2022

A school voucher bill narrowly fails passage after hours of debate. (Tulsa World)

Legislation requires parental consent for contraception to minors. (KOSU)

Republicans advance anti-abortion bill similar to Texas. (NewsOK)

House passes more tax bills to cost the state another $400M. (Tulsa World)

Medical marijuana bills are heading to the State Senate. (Tulsa World)

Legislation helps distribute opioid settlement money to communities. (KOSU)

Bill to eliminate some court fines, fees earns bipartisan support. (Oklahoma Watch)

Senator Inhofe pushes for more defense spending. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma high court hears argument against US Senate special election. (NewsOK)

Tishomingo community mourns the loss of six girls in car crash. (NewsOK)

F-16 pilot from Oklahoma ejects safely before crash in Louisiana. (NewsOK)

Tulsa approves resolution for amends in Race Massacre. (Tulsa World)

Design for an OKC sit-in monument unveiled. (NewsOK)

New report shows the economic impact of Oklahoma tribes. (KOSU)

Norman residents protest turnpike project. (NewsOK)

Tulsa Wound Center opens. (Tulsa World)

Jenks school students’ documentary wins C-SPAN award. (Tulsa World)

McKnight Center announces partnership with New York Philharmonic. (Tulsa World)

Thunder defeats the Magic at the Paycom Center. (NewsOK)

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