Guthrie, Stephen Gatling, Senate discussed on Lee Matthews

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Offering the potential for both prevention and treatment study published in the scientific journal nature communications reports the every body created in a lab environments was able to inhibit the spike protein found in the virus that causes cobit nineteen as well as sars realizing everybody's can alter the course of the infection and someone already infected making it easier for the body to clear the virus or protect someone who's been exposed to the virus actually getting infected the city of Guthrie is lifting its facemask requirements to get three city council voted to allow the public mask mandate to end last night at eleven fifty nine PM Guthrie mayor Stephen Gatling was the only person who voted in favor of continuing the mandate but city council members say they'll continue wearing masks and urging people to do the same the state Senate on Tuesday passed a budget bill for next fiscal year the cuts state agencies about four percent senator Roger Thompson of Pokemon who chairs the Senate Appropriations Committee says it was challenging under the circumstances under six years never voted for a budget says Hey this is perfect already go to for six years we have set up and we have voted for the best budget we could have been the situation we are in to protect the people of Oklahoma he says considering federal relief funds public schools should not see any cuts for next fiscal year he says the legislature could also use supplemental appropriations to restore some of the agency's cuts if revenues improved at Oklahoma City federal judges giving the state one month to provide more details on how it plans to train prison workers to carry out lethal injections judge Steven free hot issue the ruling yesterday in a case in which Oklahoma death row prisoners are challenging the state's lethal injection protocols free out gave the state until June fifth to provide information and documents hello it's training members of the execution team Attorney General Mike hunter announced in February the state had secured a supply of lethal injection drugs and was ready to resume executions after a five year delay the Attorney General says governor stood lacked the authority under state law to enter into new gaming compacts with the Comanche nation and the Otoe Missouria tribe hotter sent a letter to the US interior secretary asking for the compacts to be rejected he says the governor could not legally by the state into compacts that authorized gaming activity prohibited by state.

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