NRA, Ackerman Mcqueen, Oklahoma City discussed on Lee Mathews

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Up in flames. The spire coming down flames reaching inside damage, untold untold millions French president Macron said it will be built again in in this holy week. I know a lot of people here in Paris, France all around the world are hoping wishing that this could rise up again. Structurally. It's fine. It will live. According to many of the people we've been talking to are blaming cooking for yesterday's three alarm hotel fire in southwest, Oklahoma City, it happened at the oak tree in and sweets, and the twelve hundred block of south Meridian south of interstate forty. Investigators say the fire appeared to have started in a room and spread into the attic. Two units received heavy fire damage in six others had water and smoke damage. No one was injured. The National Rifle Association is suing. It's ad agency saying the company withheld crucial financial details. The lawsuit was filed in Virginia and says Oklahoma City based Ackerman McQueen is contractually bound to show the documentation on its bills the NRA. But that the firm has in the words in the suit, baldly ignored requests for more information. The lawsuit says the NRA paid the company more than forty million dollars in thousand seventeen Ackerman McQueen says the NRA forensic auditing. The firm received. Every piece of information it requested house, minority leader, Emily virgin of Norman is calling on Senate Republicans to reconsider legislation giving state employees at twenty five hundred dollar annual pay raise and state retirees have four percent cost of living judgment. We are tired of political games in this building getting in the way of providing are state, employees and retired police and fire and teachers the financial stability that they need. And that.

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