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News recap for Oct. 30, 2014 (same-day news compilation of articles for ease of printing) (access required)

News recap for Oct. 30, 2014 (same-day news compilation of articles for ease of printing)

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Absence of energy: Factors point to unexciting Election Day, pundits say (access required)

By Marie Price The Journal Record Oklahoma voters do not seem to be enthralled at the prospect of next week’s general election and there may be reasons for the lack of enthusiasm beyond the fact that this isn’t a presidential election year.

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Corporation commissioner to head power committee (access required)

(ASSOCIATED PRESS) — Oklahoma Corporation Commissioner Dana Murphy has been elected president of the Regional State Committee of the Southwest Power Pool.

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Education standards chair discusses meeting notices, executive director (access required)

By Emily Summars Journal Record Legislative Report As individuals file into the Governor’s large conference room at the State Capitol on Thursday, Education Standards Steering Committee Chairwoman Amy Ford asks attendees to put their emails on a notification list.

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Both US Senate seats will be on ballot this year (access required)

(ASSOCIATED PRESS) — Oklahoma voters have the unusual opportunity to weigh in on both of the state’s next U.S. senators as early voting begins across the state.

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News recap for Oct. 29, 2014 (same-day compilation of news articles for ease of printing) (access required)

News recap for Oct. 29, 2014 (same-day compilation of news articles for ease of printing)

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Dodd-Frank redemption: State bankers praise risk-retention rule (access required)

By Brian Brus The Journal Record A recently adopted risk-retention rule intended to help avert mortgage lending catastrophes is one of the few elements of Dodd-Frank that has proven its value, Oklahoma bankers said.

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Lesson plans: State superintendent candidates chart goals (access required)

By Marie Price The Journal Record Running almost neck and neck in recent polls, Democrat John Cox and Republican Joy Hofmeister have appeared together at debates and forums about 20 times as each seeks to be Oklahoma’s next state school superintendent.

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Oklahoma health officials establish Ebola protocol (access required)

(ASSOCIATED PRESS) — Oklahoma health officials say persons at high risk of exposure to the Ebola virus will be subject to a 21-day, in-home quarantine, but that no quarantine will be required for others at lower risk.

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UPDATED: Early in-person voting begins Thursday in Oklahoma (access required)

By Sean Murphy Associated Press Three days of early, in-person voting is set to begin Thursday at county election board offices across the state as most political experts predict turnout will be relatively light for next week’s general election.

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