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July 13, 2010 (28:40)

State government has closed the books on fiscal year 2010. The final numbers show the state brought in just under 1-billion dollars less than the year before. For the month of June tax collections were up a meager 2% compared to a year ago. A new poll of likely republican voters in the states fifth congressional district show the race between the top three candidates is now very close. Kevin Calvey is still the front-runner with James Lankford and State Rep. Mike Thompson close behind. The undecided still have the biggest number in the contest. The NAACP is expected to approve a resolution condemning what it believes is rampant racism in the Tea Party movement. Tea Party leaders are firing back and we talk live tonight with an Oklahoma Tea Party leader about the resolution. The city of Sapulpa has decided to make major cuts in funding for its fire department because of a funding shortfall. City leaders take up possible cuts for police next. Four Oklahoma communities are among Money Magazines top 100 smaller cities to live in. Tonight we begin a series of reports on what is so special about these four communities. Ranked 35th on Money’s list is the city of Edmond.

Originally broadcast on July 13, 2010