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Headlines: Oklahoma election day, recreational marijuana & Potawatomi Fire

Local headlines for Tuesday, April 5, 2022

Voters head to the polls today. (KOSU)

House advances bill to reorganize drivers’ licenses and car registrations. (Tulsa World)

New law kills plans for marijuana farm at former Crossroads Mall. (NewsOK)

Bills could end initiative petitions for state questions. (Oklahoma Watch)

State’s High court gives approval to recreational Marijuana referendum. (Journal Record)

Oklahoma tribes fight state’s McGirt claims in U.S. Supreme Court. (Tulsa World)

Cleveland County Commissioners vote against turnpike expansion. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma County Commissioners approve June 28th date for new jail vote. (NewsOK)

Congressional democrats plan to press energy executives over prices. (NewsOK)

National GOP group launches ad buy to support Governor Stitt. (NewsOK)

Tulsa Public Schools drafts its schedule for the coming year. (Tulsa World)

Jenks tightens zoning restrictions. (Tulsa World)

Ag industry says food prices are going up this year. (KOSU)

Oklahoma sets record in wind power generation. (NewsOK)

Cherokee Nation invests $12M to expand clinics. (Tulsa World)

Program provides online learning path for women entrepreneurs. (Journal Record)

The Potawatomi Fire takes to the court. (KOSU)

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