OK House Votes To Overturn Drug Reform

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A bill reinstating felony-level laws for drug possession near schools earned enough votes in the Oklahoma House to pass, despite vigorous opposition from criminal justice reformers, The Oklahoman reports. The bill was heavily amended from its original version to earn enough support to pass the House, where it got just enough votes yesterday to move on to the Senate. The original . . .

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