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Thad Balkman, the Cleveland County district judge hearing the case, said he anticipates it will take him a month to reach a judgment.

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Attorneys for a top opioid manufacturer warned Monday that state attorneys are interpreting Oklahoma’s public nuisance law so broadly it could leave other industries vulnerable, too.

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While the law, which went into effect July 1, is designed to stop trains from blocking railroad crossings for more than 10 minutes, some note its many exemptions still could allow trains to legally clog intersections for 20 minutes or longer.

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A legislatively mandated raise for higher education faculty is further squeezing the budgets of many colleges and universities across the state, school presidents said Wednesday.

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A Cleveland County district judge said Monday he’s hopeful lawyers will be able to reach an agreement by July 1 so an $85 million opioid settlement agreement can finally be reached.

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