The Oklahoma News Report

November 18, 2016

Special | 27m 40s

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As newly elected members to the Oklahoma House and Senate took oaths of office, among the crowd in the gallery were private citizens who want change. The new Mercantile in Pawhuska is drawing thousands of people who are igniting the economy thanks to the Pioneer Woman, Ree Drummond. And lawmakers try to raise awareness about diabetes, which is reaching epidemic proportions in Oklahoma

Aired: 11/18/16 | Rating: NR

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