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Headlines: Robocalls bill advances, Cherokee drug centers & Thunder season ends

Local headlines for Monday, April 11, 2022:

Senate committee advances bill to crack down on automated telemarketing calls. (Tulsa World)

Bill to consolidate law enforcement advances at the State Capitol. (NewsOK)

Lawmaker wants to continue push to reduce penalty for cockfighting. (Journal Record)

Former lawmaker admits to transferring funds from campaign to personal account. (NewsOK)

Hundreds expected to file for public office this week. (Tulsa World)

Republican Superintendent candidate blasts Stillwater schools. (NewsOK)

Lt. Gov. rules out run for U.S. Senate. (NewsOK)

Biden Administration gets involved in McGirt battle. (NewsOK)

Cherokee nation wants to use opioid settlement money for new drug treatment centers. (KOSU)

Affordable housing in OKC hinges on city’s funds. (NewsOK)

State’s aerospace industry struggles with labor shortage. (NewsOK)

Honor Flights resume this week after pandemic hiatus. (Tulsa World)

Restored OKC landmark reopens tomorrow. (Journal Record)

Journalist captures musical moments with concert photography. (NewsOK)

The Thunder loses its final game of the season by 50 points to the Clippers. (NewsOK)

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