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"… oviding drinking water to millions of residents of New Jersey. In Picher, Oklahoma, decades of lead and zinc mining left residents with an aquifer contaminat …"

"… water with heavy metals in almost every state in the nation. In northeast Oklahoma, where mountains of mining waste mark the landscape, the Tar Creek area ne …"

"… om the iron and stuff in the water,” said John Frazier, a former Picher, Oklahoma, resident. “If you go down to Tar Creek now, you seen that? That’s wha …"

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"… turally occurring chemicals, found in the bedrock of aquifers, made Texas, Oklahoma and California the top states for EPA drinking water quality violations du …"

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"… es. Since 2010, North Carolina, Mississippi, Kansas, Michigan, Maine, Oklahoma and others have either reduced income-tax rates during some years, passed …"

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"… old the Center. Keep reading No relief from coal ash In Bokoshe, Oklahoma, coal ash is spotted in the grass, trees, cars and even furniture. It drif …"

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"… ce, but Norton and one of the Senate sponsors, Sen. James Lankford, R-Oklahoma, were optimistic.  (Update, Dec. 15, 4:19 p.m. Obama signed the …"

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"… it Agricultural Group CEO Bruce Rastetter, Lucas Oil CEO Forrest Lucas and Oklahoma state Sen. Eddie Fields — men Trump appointed  in August to his agr …"

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"… inspector general for enforcement reform. Eddie Terrill, air director at Oklahoma’s Department of Environmental Quality, said he and other members of the …"

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"… e hundreds of millions of dollars in fines for mishandling claims. In Oklahoma, the top regulator resigned just before his impeachment trial in 2004 and …"

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"… cribed,” even when they could reduce sales. Former Rep. Bill Brewster, D-Oklahoma, a contract lobbyist for Purdue at the time, said in an email that he reca …"

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"… and North Dakota will vote this fall on legalizing medical marijuana. And Oklahoma may yet join the fray. The activity is a sign of just how much momen …"

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"… chairman J.C. Watts Jr. is a former star quarterback at the University of Oklahoma who was considered an up-and-coming star in Republican political circles d …"

"… g star in Republican political circles during his eight years representing Oklahoma’s 4th District in Congress, from 1995 to 2003. The Watts Partners websi …"

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"… idential bid and appeared on the ballot in every state except Michigan and Oklahoma. This year, his supporters are hoping to top that — and qualify for the …"

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"… uted to this story …"

"… t plant has treated Bokoshe and environs, in the words of Bridget Wood, an Oklahoma activist who spent months videotaping the ash clouds, “as if [it] is AES …"

"… permitted in the county where the AES plant resides, compared to three in Oklahoma’s other 76 counties. All told, the plant has covered 500 acres of pits w …"

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"… rmation online. This year, many bills died in the face of fiery rhetoric: Oklahoma and Utah officials warned that their states would be taken over by savvy d …"

"… eizure from a Christian rock band called Klo & Kweh Music Team in Oklahoma. During a traffic stop for a broken tail light, deputies seized $53,000 in …"

"… hy proceedings are sometimes brought against an item, such as The State of Oklahoma v. $53,234 Cash in the case of Klo & Kweh Music Team, the Christi …"

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"… n revealed that Tucker’s deals with three tribes, the Miami and Modoc of Oklahoma, and the Santee Sioux of Nebraska, gave them only 1 percent of the revenue …"

"… customers on the phone believe the business was located on tribal lands in Oklahoma and Nebraska. In 2012, the Federal Trade Commission sued Tucker and the t …"

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"… G. The company donated $10 million in October. Another major donor is the Oklahoma-based firm Rooney Holdings, which has given $2.3 million to Right to Rise …"

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"… eted 13 more states in 2016: Washington, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Arizona, Oklahoma, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Kentucky, West Virginia, Virginia, South Carolina a …"

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"… ker turned over ownership of the business to the Miami and Modoc tribes of Oklahoma and the Santee Sioux tribe of Nebraska. However, the deal allowed the trib …"

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"… th work and, occasionally, forcing them to delay investigations. The Oklahoma Ethics Commission is charged with overseeing ethics laws for the exec …"

"… ssion operated on a budget of $1 million. In 2014, the nonprofit news site Oklahoma Watch reported that the commission had collected only 40 percent …"

"… $775,000 of the commission’s current budget comes from appropriations). Oklahoma is hardly an outlier. “They don’t have the resources,” Stern said, s …"

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"… s Joe Stumpe has written for newspapers and magazines in Texas, Arkansas, Oklahoma and Kansas. He lives in Wichita, Kansas. Kentucky Ryan Alessi spent a de …"

"… ember of IRE since the late 1970's, Rowland has won more than 100 awards. Oklahoma Cary Aspinwall is a staff writer and the creative director at The Frontie …"

"… ewspaper business, writing everything from features to investigations into Oklahoma's criminal justice system. In 2015, she was recognized as a finalist for t …"

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"… iled to comply with most of the Open Records Act requests by its citizens. …"

"… r attorney, despite the fact that divorce filings are public records under Oklahoma law. A separate law mandates any protective order sealing records “shall …"

"… edia outlets complained. The public’s right to access information under Oklahoma’s laws continues to be chipped away, and the state lags behind others on …"

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"… to elude them after selling his business to the Miami and Modoc tribes of Oklahoma and the Santee Sioux tribe of Nebraska. Tucker continued to manage the bus …"

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"… se passed their own navigator bills, and similar legislation is pending in Oklahoma. Each would appear to be set up for a collision course with the federal ru …"

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"… with six other states actually passing laws — Alabama, Arkansas, Kansas, Oklahoma, Tennessee and Texas — according to NCSL. Some districts have used exis …"

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"… out their work. The same day that HHS announced the navigator grants, the Oklahoma Insurance Department issued a bulletin clarifying existing law that carves …"

"… decline $833,000 it had been awarded to operate in four states, including Oklahoma. “When you combine that with the new regulations being presented in the …"

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"… Republican Senatorial Committee and Republican state parties from Vermont, Oklahoma, Massachusetts and Idaho. Through June 30, Romney Victory Inc. reported h …"

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