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Oklahoma News Report

Tax Bills (3:02)

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Gov. Fallin’s new budget includes closing down the state’s Space Industry Development Authority, and using that money to cover a tax credit favored by the business community. The Senate Finance Committee has taken the first step toward making that happen.

Related Topics: News & Public Affairs, Government

Originally broadcast on February 8, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

School Closings (3:15)

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School districts across the state have been hammered by the two recent winter snowstorms. Administrators now have to decide how to make up the lost classroom time.

Related Topics: Weather & Natural Disasters, Education

Originally broadcast on February 8, 2011


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ONR

February 8, 2011 (34:44)

A senate committee heard testimony from a taxpayer about the impact placing a hard cap on punitive damages will have on Oklahomans who have been harmed through negligence or faulty products. The panel then approved the bill and sent it to the floor for debate. The State Chamber won the day in a Senate committee which approved a bill restoring $3.5 million tax credit for companies that hire aerospace engineers. The tax credit was part of the Governors new budget. The money comes from defunding the states space industry development authority. Another Cleveland county child has died from flu raising to five the number of Oklahomans who have died from influenza this year. The boy was under five years old. With another winter storm approaching several school districts in the northeastern part of the state have yet to resume classes from last months storm. We will have a report on the impact all those missed school days is having on testing schedules and spring break.

Originally broadcast on February 8, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Education Battle (1:25)

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The Senate Education Committee wants to strip power from the Oklahoma State Board of Education. Senate Bill 718 won approval by a vote of 12 to 5, with Republicans pushing the bill forward.

Related Topics: News & Public Affairs, Government, Education

Originally broadcast on February 7, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Continued Blood Shortage (2:51)

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The Red Cross and the Oklahoma Blood Institute continue their urgent call for blood donors. Expected heavy snow later this week, combined with exceptionally high snowfalls last week, have state blood supplies running dangerously low.

Related Topics: Weather & Natural Disasters, Health

Originally broadcast on February 7, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Winter Storm Food Supplies (3:20)

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Area supermarkets are bracing for another round of frantic shoppers in preparation for this week’s anticipated winter storm. While most commercial stores have been re-stocked, food pantries and homeless shelters are still hurting for staples like milk, bread, and eggs.

Related Topics: Weather & Natural Disasters

Originally broadcast on February 7, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

State of the State Legislative Reaction (2:29)

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Lawmakers from both sides of the aisle found common ground in parts of Gov. Fallin’s State of the State address. But there are plenty of points that will likely stir heated debate in both the House and the Senate as the legislative session progresses.

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Originally broadcast on February 7, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Gov. Fallin Budget Proposals (3:07)

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In her first state budget, Gov. Mary Fallin wants to consolidate some state agencies, and end appropriations to others.

Related Topics: News & Public Affairs, Government

Originally broadcast on February 7, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Gov. Fallin State of the State (3:03)

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In her first State of the State Address, Gov. Mary Fallin called for agency consolidations, more reform of the Workers Compensation System, and a limit of $250,000 for punitive damages in civil lawsuits.

Related Topics: News & Public Affairs, Government

Originally broadcast on February 7, 2011


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ONR

February 7, 2011 (28:35)

THE SENATE EDUCATION COMMITTEE WENT TO WORK ON A BILL TO STRIP THE STATE SCHOOL BOARD OF ITS POWER. SENATE BILL 718 WON APPROVAL ON A PARTY LINE VOTE OF 12 TO 5 WITH REPUBLICANS PUSHING THE BILL FORWARD. IN HER FIRST STATE OF THE STATE SPEECH,GOVERNOR MARY FALLIN CALLED FOR ANOTHER ROUND OF BUDGET CUTS FOR STATE AGENCIES. HER PROPOSED BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2012 GOES MUCH FURTHER INCLUDING CONSOLIDATION OF SEVERAL STATE AGENCIES AND TURNING OTHERS INTO NON-APPROPRIATED AGENCIES THAT OPERATE STRICTLY OFF FEES THEY WOULD COLLECT. LAST WEEKS BLIZZARD MADE MANY FOOD STAPLES LIKE MILK, EGGS AND BREAD SCARCE AT AREA SUPER MARKETS. AND WHILE MOST COMMERCIAL STORES HAVE RESTOCKED, IT IS THE FOOD PANTRIES AND SHELTERS FOR THE POOR AND HOMELESS THAT ARE STILL HURTING. THEY ARE DEALING WITH LOW SUPPLIES AND IN SOME CASES SNOW DAMAGE.

Originally broadcast on February 7, 2011