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Headlines: Anti-abortion legislation, UCO student protests & Jazz beats the Thunder

Local headlines for Thursday, April 7, 2022

Oklahoma awaits governor’s signature to outlaw abortions. (NewsOK)

Another anti-abortion bill advances at the State Capitol. (Tulsa World)

A Republican State Senator from Bristow says he won’t seek reelection. (Tulsa World)

Oil chiefs including Devon’s CEO face Congressional hearing. (NewsOK)

Judge tosses out lawsuit over lawyer pay by death row inmates. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma sees an increase in revenue for the month of March. (AP)

Congress could consider moving tribal funding to other COVID spending. (NewsOK)

UCO students protest the school’s plan to cut professors. (NewsOK)

Governor Stitt appoints financial executive to the OSU Board of Regents. (Tulsa World)

Cherokee Nation gives $7.5M to schools. (Tulsa World)

Tulsa approves new city district lines. (Tulsa World)

Tulsa Council welcomes a new city attorney. (Tulsa World)

Building permits in Edmond illustrate workforce housing crisis. (Journal Record)

A statewide initiative encourages young children to wear mouth guards during sports. (KFOR)

The Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark is going cashless at all points of sale. (FOX25)

The Thunder loses to the Jazz in the waning days of the season. (NewsOK)

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