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Headlines: Religion and Republicans, Tulsa homelessness and State Film Office

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Local headlines for Tuesday, September 6, 2022

Poll shows majority of Oklahoma Republicans support religious candidates. (NewsOK)

Lawmakers plan to study Oklahoma’s Tax System. (Journal Record)

Oklahoma’s criminal justice system endures another shift. (KOSU)

Leaky pipes cause disruptions for water customers around Lake Eufaula. (KOSU)

Homelessness advocates call on Tulsa to do more. (Tulsa World)

Developer seek $2M to build affordable housing in OKC. (NewsOK)

Survey finds unstable childhoods can lead to homelessness. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma ranks 45th in labor survey. (Journal Record)

OKC’s Church of the Servant considers break from Methodist Church. (NewsOK)

Tulsa Public Schools plans to start discussions on redistricting. (Tulsa World)

Former Teacher of the Year remains in classroom at the age of 80. (NewsOK)

Edmond homebuilder plans EV charging stations in new homes. (Journal Record)

PGA wants Tulsa to cover $100K in security costs. (Tulsa World)

International group honors Oklahoma’s Film and Music Office. (Tulsa World)

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