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Attorney General Scott Pruitt gives out a $20,000 check to a Tulsa family as part of the $18.6 million settlement with five national banks.
During a drought, water in the state is precious and a ballot question before voters would allow the water resources board to get bonds to maintain Oklahoma’s water.