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Toxic waste refused, marijuana rejected, and school rezoning tabled
VNN Weekly Digest March 6-12
Stitt blocks shipment of toxic waste from Ohio train derailment headed for Oklahoma
(OKLAHOMA) Gov. Kevin Stitt blocked tons of toxic waste from the East Palestine, Ohio, train derailment from being stored in western Oklahoma, he said in an interview Sunday.
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Oklahoma voters overwhelmingly reject State Question 820
(OKLAHOMA) Oklahoma voters said “no” to legalizing recreational marijuana for adults by a wide margin Tuesday, handing the out-of-state drug legalization lobby a resounding defeat on State Question 820.
Controversial Broken Arrow school rezoning tabled for another month
(OKLAHOMA) A proposed boundary change was tabled by the Broken Arrow Public Schools (BAPS) Board of Education Monday after community members pushed for a more long-term solution.
WEATHER ACROSS AMERICA
(NATIONAL) A potent storm system is expected to bring a moderate risk of flash flooding and heavy mountain snow over parts of California, and a wavy front is forecast to bring some severe thunderstorms across the Southeast before intensifying rapidly into a potent nor'easter off the New England coast.
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