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The Oklahoma News Report

April 28, 2017

Season 6 Episode 612 | 27m 41s

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Small oil says it's losing out to big oil as fracking wipes out their wells. Lawmakers take small steps toward solving Oklahoma's budget crisis. A state senator resigns amid an investigation into possible misuse of campaign funds. The Cherokee Nation is an economic engine for business growth in northeast Oklahoma. And Journal Record Senior Reporter Sarah Terry-Cobo reviews the week in business.

Aired: 05/01/17 | Rating: NR

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