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January 26, 2010 (28:39)

City, county and state governments are all gearing up for the response they anticipate will be needed to the next big snow storm, due to hit the state early Thursday. That includes e tree trimming companies that are working extra to remove limbs near power lines. Governor Henry says if the state had done what he wanted back in 2006, the Rainy Day fund would now have nearly a billion dollars. He now wants to raise the cap on the fund so when contributions to the fund resume it can grow much higher. State Sen. Randy Brogdon wants to remove the ability to raise tolls on turnpikes from the Turnpike Authority. Brogdon, also a candidate for governor, also wants to restrict the authorityÂ’s ability to issue bonds. Oklahoma continues to lead the nation in the percentage of women behind bars. A major gathering of civic and governmental leaders today again examines the problems and solutions to the female incarceration rate. Be careful when you fill out your tax returns this year. Almost hidden deep down the form is the line for the Making Work Pay tax credit. Do it yourself filers have been missing the new line and not benefiting from the tax credit which is part of the Stimulus Act. We talk with an IRS official about that issue and more as tax time has arrived.

Originally broadcast on January 26, 2010