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Headlines: Daylight Saving Time, anti-corruption pledge & severe weather

Local headlines for Tuesday, April 12, 2022:

Nearly half of Oklahomans support keeping clocks at the same time. (NewsOK)

Ending time change could be beneficial. (NewsOK)

Bill to stop the release of police videos involving death head to governor. (Tulsa World)

Support is growing to suspend the state’s franchise tax. (Journal Record)

Education bills advance and fall at the State Capitol. (KOSU)

New political action committee calls for candidates to sign anti-corruption pledge. (Tulsa World)

Tulsa Police Department holds another meeting on license plate readers. (Tulsa World)

Union board approves Teach for America agreement. (Tulsa World)

Experts say inflation won’t end anytime soon. (Journal Record)

New market serves Tulsans in need. (Tulsa World)

Public defender’s office returns to Tulsa Courthouse after a quarter of a century. (Tulsa World)

New 12-story building planned across from OKC National Memorial. (NewsOK)

OKC museum showcases tattoos of the past. (NewsOK)

Carrie Underwood plans a new album release in June. (Tulsa World)

Severe weather possible for Oklahoma. (NewsOK)

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