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September 24, 2009 (30:00)

Swine flu has claimed another life in Oklahoma. State Health officials will say only that the victim was a teenager in Cleveland County who had underlying health problems. 67 Oklahomans have been hospitalized with the H1N1 flu strain with most of those in just the last week. Opening statements took all day as the long awaited Oklahoma lawsuit against the Arkansas poultry industry is now underway in Tulsa Federal Court. The state argues the poultry industry has knowingly been polluting a million acre river valley for decades. State Rep. Ryan Kiesel says he will introduce a bill that puts a five cent deposit on all beverage containers, including glass, aluminum and plastic. He says it will put extra cash in state coffers and reduce litter. A decision by the State Tax Commission to remove certain electric vehicles from a 1995 tax credit law has now produced a lawsuit. Ada Electric Cars sued the tax commission and its members saying the commission broke the law in making the changes to the tax credits. Devon Energy Corp. has given a $95-million line of credit to Oklahoma City, city government to help with a downtown makeover centered on the energy companies 50 story office tower project.

Originally broadcast on September 24, 2009