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23 May 2022
In one of the strictest anti-abortion proposals in the country, lawmakers in Oklahoma state passed a bill that restricts abortion immediately after the baby is conceived.
28 Jan 2020
Elizabeth Warren couldn’t be accused of forgetting where she came from: in her home state of Oklahoma and elsewhere, she emphasizes the dramatic differences between then and now for the working class.
24 Apr 2018
Oklahoma may see the latest start to tornado season ever. The state has yet to see a single tornado this year.
19 Mar 2018
Oklahoma plans to use nitrogen gas to execute death row prisoners, though the details of the procedure have yet to be finalized.
6 Aug 2017
A possible tornado caused significant damage in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
7 Mar 2017
A line of thunderstorms packing hail and isolated tornadoes rumbled across the Midwest from Oklahoma to Minnesota on Monday as wind-fueled prairie fires forced thousands of people from their homes in Colorado and Kansas.

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