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Oklahoma News Report

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Oklahoma News Report

September 10, 2009 (29:59)

We talk with Oklahomans about their thoughts on the President's Speech last night to congress. Most we talked with did not see the speech. The President of O.U.-Tulsa took part in an Internet Web-cast forum today on health care reform. Dr. Gerry Clancy talked about how the O.U. School of Community Medicine is changing the way it practices medicine. For students in the Oolagah-Talala public schools, lunch is just a finger print away. The use of the finger print scanner in schools has been banned elsewhere in the country. The Chief of the Cherokee's and a Harvard law professor squared off today during the Federal Bar Association Convention, over the Freedman Issue. The New American Banjo museum is now open for business in Bricktown. The man who is credited with reviving the popularity of a truly American musical instrument was on hand for the grand opening. We talk with Earl Scruggs tonight on the ONR.

Originally broadcast on September 10, 2009

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Oklahoma News Report

September 9, 2009 (30:01)

Independent oil and gas producers and the state Farm Bureau are joining a federal lawsuit on the side of the state Tax Commission. The commission was sued by the Osage Indian Nation claiming all of Osage county is the tribe's reservation so any tribal member who works for the nation and lives in Osage county is exempt from state income taxes. The Oklahoma Conservation Commission broke ground in Garfield County today on a new water shed dam, the first new structure of its kind to be built in the U.S. with federal stimulus funds. It is part of a new effort to reduce chronic flooding problems in the area. Despite pending lawsuits, work has begun to remove dirt and tear out the old passenger platforms that used to be home to the Union Station Rail Yard in Oklahoma City. A new 10 lane I-40 link is being built in its place so the old Crosstown Expressway can be torn down. A live interview tonight with the President of the OIPA to talk about what is going on in Oklahoma's energy business. Mike Terry will address issues including the dumping of millions of gallons of Canadian oil that has been driving down the price of Oklahoma Crude. It's a dog's life. Imagine being tied up with a short chain and forced to live in a small cage. The Human Society wants to see new laws banning the practice of chaining dogs up. The society is sponsoring a week long contest where contestants live for a week on a chain with only a small dog house for shelter. The winner gets a new car.

Originally broadcast on September 9, 2009

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Oklahoma News Report

September 8, 2009 (30:00)

President Obama talked with school students across the nation today. Oklahoma schools had different approaches on showing that speech because of parents who didn't want their children exposed to the President of the United States. As natural gas prices continue to fall, the CEO of Chesapeake Energy remains bullish on his companies main product, predicting more companies are about to make the move to C-N-G. Imagine being able to go-online and get a price listing of surgery procedures. OETA's Jason Doyle reports on a medical facility in Oklahoma that is providing that information right now.

Originally broadcast on September 8, 2009