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Headlines: Oklahomans oppose abortion ban, capital punishment & Sooners, Cowgirls advance

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Local headlines for Monday, May 23, 2022

Poll shows majority of Oklahoma voters approve of some abortion. (NewsOK)

State lawmakers send General Appropriations bill to the governor. (Tulsa World)

Lawmakers approve partial privatization of Medicaid. (NewsOK)

State school nutrition waivers are ending. (Tulsa World)

Judge to rule on case affecting future of capital punishment in state. (Oklahoma Watch)

Joe Exotic’s bid for new trial faces obstacles. (NewsOK)

Experts urge caution when investing in real estate. (Journal Record)

Osage Nation plans a boost in workers’ pay. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma tourism industry expects a busy season. (NewsOK)

Top ranked Sooners advance in NCAA Softball Tournament. (NewsOK)

OSU Cowgirls advance in low-scoring contest. (Tulsa World)

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