Lobbyists give more than $51K in contributions in race for governor — mostly to one candidate

Registered lobbyists have given more than $51,000 in campaign contributions to Oklahoma gubernatorial candidates leading up to Tuesday’s primary election, with Lt. Gov. Todd Lamb receiving the bulk of the money.
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More than a quarter of local, state candidates for office made personal loans to their campaigns

A review by The Frontier found that nearly $6 million was loaned by various candidates to their own campaigns in the lead up to next week's primary elections.
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Cherokee Chief’s son was nurse who allegedly reused needles, potentially exposed patients to infection

John Ross Baker, 34, possibly exposed patients at the Hastings hospital to bloodborne pathogens after reusing needles to inject patients’ IV bags or IV lines, according to multiple sources who spoke to The Frontier on the condition of anonymity.
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Rape kit task force members get into heated confrontation as issues arise over leadership

As primary elections approach, the effort to reform how Oklahoma treats rape kits has started to become political.
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Anti-medical marijuana group spends half million to oppose ballot measure

Because the PAC did not register with the Ethics Commission until May, and because of the way the filing periods fall, the public will not find out who is financing the opposition group until after the June election.
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Oklahoma is messed up. Can it be fixed before our children inherit the mess?

On vacation, I asked my daughter if she was ready to go back to her home state. She replied, "I don't like Oklahoma." Can we blame her?
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Auto dealership family pushes back against $46 million lawsuit, counter sues

The responses to the suit accuse Roundtree of selling damaged vehicles without disclosing it to customers, retaining customer rebates without disclosing it to customers or lending institutions, running credit reports without consent, and reporting false information to banks on vehicle sales.
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Attorney general challenger to address recommendations on rape kit reform

Gentner Drummond, a Tulsa lawyer running for the state's attorney general post, is attending Thursday's Rape Kit Task Force meeting, and will address the status of Oklahoma's untested rape kits.
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Survivors of Oklahoma City bombing left with questions about how money from disaster fund was distributed

Some survivors say they still struggle to gain access to millions of dollars donated to help them get on with their lives after the 1995 bombing
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Oklahoma’s teen pregnancy prevention programs look ahead as judge orders feds to process funding

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced last summer it planned to end grants for teenage pregnancy prevention programs, which would pull millions of dollars from Oklahoma initiatives.
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