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Headlines: Swadley’s Bar-B-Q contract, nonbinary birth certificates & “Sugar High” art

Local headlines for Wednesday, April 27, 2022

Swadley’s seeks answers after state cancels contract. (NewsOK)

Governor Stitt signs bill banning nonbinary designations on birth certificates. (Tulsa World)

State lawmakers pass more anti-abortion bills. (Tulsa World)

Democrats blast Stitt on transparency. (Journal Record)

Oklahoma faces lawsuit over transparency. (Oklahoma Watch)

Oklahoma City faces lawsuit over police force. (NewsOK)

US Senate hopeful retain position on ballot. (NewsOK)

The US Supreme Court listens to a case on tribal jurisdiction. (KOSU)

Oklahoma sees a slight increase in COVID-19 cases. (Tulsa World)

Mayes County residents debate tax break for massive electric battery company. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma Turnpike Authority approves getting a $200M line of credit. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma’s pre-k gets ranked number two in the nation. (KOSU)

Tulsa Kennel Club celebrates 101 years with annual dog show. (Tulsa World)

Art installation turns Enid into candy land. (NewsOK)

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