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Oklahoma Governor opens up the mansion to families across the state

OKLAHOMA CITY – Preparations are underway for the 18th annual Septemberfest to be held Saturday, September 6, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on the grounds of the Governor’s Mansion and the Oklahoma History Center. 317 more words

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Jindal Becomes Leader of Anti-Common Core Movement

Last Wednesday, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal sued the Obama administration for violating the Tenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution by coercing states to adopt the Common Core standards. 451 more words

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Problems with IV line affected Okla. execution

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The intravenous line inserted into the groin of an Oklahoma inmate who writhed and groaned before dying 43 minutes after his execution began was not properly monitored, causing a swelling the size of a golf ball, according to a state review released Thursday. 477 more words

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Police looking for burglar who stole from Governor Mary Fallin's RV

OKLAHOMA CITY – Police are looking for an individual who allegedly broke into an RV.

Officials say the individual stole several tires, a television and a stereo from an RV parked at Leisure Time RV. 28 more words

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OK Gov. Mary Fallin, NJ Gov. Chris Christie visit Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum

OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie will take a tour of the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum Wednesday afternoon. 31 more words

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Fallin comes out in support of a form of medical cannabis

OKLAHOMA CITY – The governor made a big announcement Wednesday. She came out in support of research on a form of medical marijuana.

Governor Fallin has specifically said she supports the medically supervised use of “non-intoxicating” cannabis oil, though she was quick to point out she does not approve of medical marijuana in other forms. 442 more words

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Gov. Fallin announces decision to support a form of medical marijuana

OKLAHOMA CITY – Governor Mary Fallin wants lawmakers to work with her in the next legislative session to support the legalization of medicinal cannabidiol oil (CBD) on a limited, medically supervised, trial-only basis. 333 more words

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