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Business savvy, $700k fight, and back-to-school help
VNN Weekly Digest August 23-29
Here’s a look at the week’s top stories:
How an OKC entrepreneur is training physicians to be “business savvy”
(OKLAHOMA) Jamie Spann told VNN she knows residents and young physicians just coming out of medical school have a lot of debt and not a lot of money, so she created an affordable online course to help train aspiring private practice physicians to be business savvy.
Oklahoma paying up to $700k to fight McGirt Supreme Court ruling
(OKLAHOMA) Oklahoma Attorney General John O’Connor announced the state had retained Kannon Shanmugam and the law firm of Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison earlier this month to help them convince the Supreme Court to overturn or limit their McGirt decision.
Broome County comes together to send students back to school
(NEW YORK) As the time approaches for families to send their children back to school, Broome County has come together to send the youth back to school well-prepared.
And next week's Green Country forecast:
Temps to stay above normal next week but more rain could be on the way
Temperatures will be well above normal from the middle of the week through next weekend, but it appears dew points will be low enough to preclude any heat headlines.
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