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The Oklahoma News Report

October 14, 2016

Special | 27m 41s

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Oklahomans are expected to line up on election day behind Donald Trump, despite statements about women and his plans to jail his chief opponent. Legislative cuts to the state's Uncompensated Care Fund are reducing health care access for some of Oklahoma's poorest residents. And cattle and wheat prices have plummeted adding to the state's beleaguered economy.

Aired: 10/13/16 | Rating: NR

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