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Headlines: Transgender bathroom bill, Stillwater health lab & COVID arts funding

Local headlines for Thursday, April 28, 2022

Oklahoma’s top prosecutor wants transgender bathroom bill. (Tulsa World)

The US Supreme Court hears arguments over tribal jurisdiction in Oklahoma. (Tulsa World)

Lawmakers take aim at big banks in pro-gun bill. (Journal Record)

State House pushes 70 bills and resolutions ahead of deadline. (Tulsa World)

Governor vetoes bill requiring financial disclosure of his cabinet. (NewsOK)

Stitt approves parole for former police officer in 1982 crossbow killing. (Tulsa World)

Jury recommends the death penalty in Tulsa police officer killing. (Tulsa World)

Federal inspectors clear Public Health Lab in Stillwater. (Oklahoma Watch)

New study looks at poverty and health in Oklahoma counties. (Journal Record)

Tulsa Housing Authority plans to purge three-year waiting list. (Tulsa World)

OKC seniors saddened by end of programming at center. (NewsOK)

OCPS seeks public input on “transformational” bond. (NewsOK)

Broken Arrow Schools looks at eighth grade academy. (Tulsa World)

Norman Music Festival returns after two-year COVID hiatus. (KOSU)

OKC allocates $1M in COVID funds for arts. (NewsOK)

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