November 4, 2016
Special | 27m 41s | Video has closed captioning.
State Superintendent Joy Hofmeister is charged with felony counts of violating campaign finance laws. People working to reduce Oklahoma's ever ballooning female prison population say it's time to address the issues behind the crimes. And a state lawmaker says the oil and gas industry should be forced to recycle waste water, while uninsured victims of Oklahoma earthquakes are feeling abandoned.
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