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VNN Weekly Digest September 13-19
Here’s a look at the week’s top stories:
In Oklahoma and six other states, landlords can evict renters for reporting health and safety violations
(NATIONAL) Most states have housing laws that bar landlords from retaliating against renters for things like filing formal complaints about housing conditions. Seven states don’t have that protection for renters, which housing advocates say enables slumlords to continue leasing unsafe, unlivable properties by evicting renters who issue complaints.
Community leader gives flea market a unique twist
(NEW YORK) The Black Fly Market is an event located in the center of the city in which black business owners come together to set up their vending tables, giving the community an opportunity to come out and support multiple black businesses at once.
Drivers reminded to pay attention to school buses after student gets hit
(MICHIGAN) Traverse City Area Public Schools (TCAPS) posted on Facebook Thursday that a student was hit while trying to get on the bus.
And next week's Green Country forecast:
Shower and thunderstorm chances increase Monday
The cold front will have moved into northeast Oklahoma by late Monday afternoon and isolated storms are likely to develop along the immediate frontal boundary from eastern Kansas southward into northeast Oklahoma.
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