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Headlines: Strictest anti-abortion law, guns in schools & rain comes to an end

Local headlines for Thursday, May 26, 2022

Governor Stitt signs the most restrictive abortion bill in the country. (KOSU)

What to know about Oklahoma’s new abortion ban. (NewsOK)

Stitt also signs bill restricting access to bathrooms by transgender individuals. (Tulsa World)

New law to expand high speed internet needs more funding. (Journal Record)

Superintendent candidate wants more guns in schools. (Tulsa World)

Physicians offer tips in talking to children about school shooting. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma teachers voice heartbreak over Uvalde shooting. (NewsOK)

Gun advocates push for more rights in Oklahoma. (Journal Record)

Governor Stitt wants grand jury criticism of him removed. (NewsOK)

FBI leader wants more agents in aftermath of McGirt. (NewsOK)

Cherokee Nation proposes an immigrant facility to house migrant youth. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma City considers restoring a human rights commission. (NewsOK)

Symposium speaker says students must be educated on “uncomfortable” topics. (Tulsa World)

Edmond church is holding discussions on “The 1619 Project”. (NewsOK)

Midwest farmers are fighting a CO2 pipeline through their fields. (KOSU)

Tulsa’s Laffa Medi-Eastern Restaurant closes. (Tulsa World)

Clouds clear way to sunny days ahead. (Tulsa World)

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