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Headlines: McGirt v. Oklahoma, medical marijuana bill & Thunder overtime win

Local headlines for Tuesday, March 29, 2022

Tribal lawyers give written arguments in the state’s McGirt challenge. (NewsOK)

Voters in Tulsa could decide on a city amendment calling for police oversight. (Tulsa World)

Health officials warn 200K Oklahomans could lose insurance. (Tulsa World)

State lawmakers advance more than 30 medical marijuana bills. (KOSU)

A bill to stop “conversion therapy” bans fails to advance. (KOSU)

Report highlights faults in state’s juvenile justice system. (Tulsa World)

Former Chickasaw accountant pleads guilty to theft. (NewsOK)

Governor appoints new Secretary of Military and Veterans Affairs. (Tulsa World)

Gas prices in Tulsa remain the lowest in the US. (Tulsa World)

Cherokee Nation breaks ground on new community center. (KOSU)

OKC firm announces second fund for tech companies. (Journal Record)

Meteorologists are expecting severe weather to hit Oklahoma by next week. (NewsOK)

Matt Dillon, S.E. Hinton tour “Outsiders” House Museum. (Tulsa World)

The Oklahoma City Thunder rallies to beat Portland in overtime. (NewsOK)

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