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By Chris Casteel Washington Bureau firstname.lastname@example.orgWASHINGTON, D. C. — Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign Monday blasted a proposed ballot question in Oklahoma that would ban abortion and make some forms of contraception illegal.
Maya Harris, a senior adviser to the Democrat's campaign, said Clinton “believes Oklahoma women have a constitutional right to safe, legal abortion and to contraception, and they deserve to be able to make their health care decisions without interference from government or extreme special interest groups.”
Harris' comments came in response to an initiative petition filed Jan.
From Staff ReportsAn Oklahoma City police officer shot a dog attacking a man Sunday afternoon.
The man's name was not released Sunday.
About 1:40 p.m., officers were called to the 1200 block of NW 45 about a dog attacking a homeowner.
By RICK M. GREEN Capitol Bureau email@example.comOklahoma Secretary of State Chris Benge has set Feb. 16 as the start of the 90-day period for backers of a penny sales tax to collect the 123,000 signatures necessary to put the issue on the November general election ballot.
The initiative drive, which is led by University of Oklahoma President David Boren, would provide $5,000 raises to the state's more than 40,000 public school teachers and boost funding for other educational purposes.
This is just one of several proposals to increase salaries for public school teachers despite an oil bust that has blown a $900 million hole in the state budget.
By William Crum Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.orgFor motorists enduring (and enduring, and enduring) traffic congestion on Portland Avenue in northwest Oklahoma City, relief is just around the corner.
The newly constructed four-lane stretch from W Memorial Road to just north of NW 164 Street is expected to open by the end of April.
That will complete the third of four projects to upgrade the State Highway 74 corridor from the John Kilpatrick Turnpike north eight miles to Waterloo Road.
Congestion has been an irritation to residents for years.
One writer to The Oklahoman's “Traffic Talk” column in 2013, Norm, said he and his wife moved to the area before their son was born, based partly on the promise the road would be widened.
"Our son will graduate high school soon.
By Carla Hinton Religion Editor email@example.comDAVIS — A years-long multimillion dollar effort to revitalize Falls Creek Baptist Camp and Conference Center for use as a modern year-round facility has come to fruition.
About 150 pastors, donors, staff board members and other leaders associated with the Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma recently gathered to dedicate and showcase three new buildings constructed as part of a $13 million project at the popular site near Davis.
By Kyle Schwab Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.orgA murder defendant charged in the 2014 killing of a 16-year-old Piedmont girl was ordered Friday to trial.
Oklahoma County Special Judge Fred Doak found enough evidence to send Chloe Marie Thomas, 18, of Oklahoma City, to trial on the first-degree murder charge.