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http://video.oeta.tv/onr/top/Sharia_Law_Challenge.flv Oklahoma News Report
Oklahoma News Report

Sharia Court Challenge (2:57)

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A federal judge has blocked a constitutional amendment concerning Sharia Law, at least for now. Oklahoma voters just recently approved a State Question, which would forbid courts in our state from considering Sharia or International Law.

Related Topics: News & Public Affairs, Government, Race & Ethnicity, Religion & Beliefs

Originally broadcast on November 8, 2010


http://video.oeta.tv/onr/ONR_11-08-10.flv Oklahoma News Report
Oklahoma News Report

ONR November 8, 2010 (28:37)

A federal judge issues a temporary restraining order blocking a constitutional adminemdnet to ban consideration of Islamic or international law in oklahoma courts. And Oklahoma's next attorney general says he will review whether the state should press ahead with a lawsuit against Aarkansas poultry companies once he takes office.

Related Topics: News & Public Affairs

Originally broadcast on November 8, 2010


http://video.oeta.tv/onr/top/Safe_Healthy_Kids.flv Oklahoma News Report
Oklahoma News Report

Safe Kids (3:13)

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The annual summit on "Safe Schools" focused on the issue of bullying.

Related Topics: News & Public Affairs, Social Issues, Education

Originally broadcast on November 5, 2010


http://video.oeta.tv/onr/top/SQ_751_Challenge.flv Oklahoma News Report
Oklahoma News Report

SQ 751 Challenge (3:08)

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A University of Tulsa professor plans to challenge two state questions in court. Jim Thomas believes State Questions 751 and 746 are unconstitutional. The two questions were just approved by voters on Nov 2nd. One question makes English the state's official language, and the other question requires voters to show proof of identity before voting.

Related Topics: News & Public Affairs, Government, Politics

Originally broadcast on November 5, 2010


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ONR

November 4, 2010 (28:40)

A federal lawsuit filed by an Oklahoma Muslim challenges a ballot measure banning Oklahoma Courts from considering international or Islamic law when deciding cases. Governor Brad enry asks for a federal disaster declaration to help farmers and ranchers who are suffering from losses related to extreme weather conditions over the past year. A state board reverses a decision to offer an Arizona docdtor the job of chief medical examiner, following controversy surrounding a report he drove 100 miles with the body of a murder victim in his pickup. And Enerflow Industries in Broken Arrow announces plans to expand, adding hundreds of jobs over the next few years.

Related Topics: News & Public Affairs

Originally broadcast on November 4, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

Quality Jobs (3:00)

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A company in Broken Arrow that makes custom oil field equipment is getting ready for massive expansion. The company needs hundreds of new workers, from welders and electricians, to engineers and office staff. "Ener-flow" is using the Quality Jobs Program to fuel their expansion.

Related Topics: News & Public Affairs, Business & Economy

Originally broadcast on November 4, 2010


http://video.oeta.tv/onr/government/Fallin_and_Chamber.flv Oklahoma News Report
Oklahoma News Report

Fallin and Chamber of Commerce (2:47)

Featured in It's Your Government

The Governor-elect says she has a "lot of work to do" to get ready to take over the reins of state government. Mary Fallin spoke to a group of State Chamber of Commerce members, and made it clear to them that they were very important to her success, as well as to the success of the state as a whole.

Related Topics: News & Public Affairs, Business & Economy, Government

Originally broadcast on November 4, 2010


http://video.oeta.tv/onr/education/Kids_World.flv Oklahoma News Report
Oklahoma News Report

Kids Word (2:48)

Featured in 21st Century Classroom

Thousands of Oklahoma kids can say they have "traveled around the world." The bi-annual "Kids World" is being held this week at Tulsa's Expo Square. The festival is designed to teach children tolerance and understanding about other people and cultures.

Related Topics: Culture & Society, Religion & Beliefs, Community, Race & Ethnicity, Travel, Race & Ethnicity, Education, Religion & Beliefs

Originally broadcast on November 4, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

CAIR Lawsuit Live Interview (5:32)

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Peter F. Krug is a Professor of Law at the University of Oklahoma. He teaches courses in Human Rights Law, Comparative Law, and International Law. He was interviewed by OETA's Dick Pryor about the passage of State Question 755, which prohibits Oklahoma courts from using Sharia or international law.

Related Topics: Culture & Society, News & Public Affairs, Religion & Beliefs, Religion & Beliefs

Originally broadcast on November 4, 2010


http://video.oeta.tv/onr/top/CAIR_Lawsuit.flv Oklahoma News Report
Oklahoma News Report

CAIR Lawsuit (2:45)

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A lawsuit has been filed against a controversial ballot measure that bans Oklahoma courts from considering Sharia or international law. A Muslim advocacy group believes that State Question 755, which was passed overwhelmingly by voters, is unconstitutional, because it unfairly singles out the Islamic faith.

Related Topics: Culture & Society, News & Public Affairs, Religion & Beliefs, Religion & Beliefs

Originally broadcast on November 4, 2010