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The Texoma Report 4-26-2021

Apr 30, 2021

Gov. Kevin Stitt signed three major anti-abortion bills on Monday.

State lawmakers advance three bills to protect victims of domestic violence and abuse.

Gov. Kevin Stitt signed two bills into law last week that civil rights advocates say will criminalize Oklahomans’ right to protest.

Legislation allowing cocktails-to-go during restaurant curbside service moves one step closer to law.

The Texoma Report 4-23-2021

Apr 30, 2021

There are several fun activities happening in Lawton this weekend if you are feeling like you want to venture out.

The Texoma Report 4-22-2021

Apr 30, 2021

The Oklahoma Senate on Tuesday sent three bills restricting access to aboriton to the Governor.  

Attending school remotely has been an inconvenience for students and parents, and a major burden for many. For children experiencing homelessness, it’s all but impossible.

The Texoma Report 4-21-2021

Apr 30, 2021

Oklahoma’s medical community is continuing its fight against the state’s plan to partially privatize Medicaid.

The Norman city council voted for a second time Tuesday to divert nearly a million dollars from its police department into accounts that could be used for social services.

Intrastate crowdfunding is now legal in Oklahoma after Governor Kevin Stitt signed Senate Bill 568 on Monday.

The Texoma Report 4-20-2021

Apr 30, 2021

Oklahoma House Bill 1821 is now heading back to the House for final approval after passage from the Senate on Thursday.

The “Save Women’s Sports Act” was approved Monday by the Oklahoma House of Representatives. Rep. Toni Hasenbeck of Elgin is the principle House author of the measure which would require certain athletic teams to be designated based on an athletes’ gender assigned at birth.

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