Fight to bring storm shelters to schools heads to Oklahoma Supreme Court
A fight to build more storm shelters in schools heads to the Oklahoma Supreme Court. During oral arguments on Dec. 18, organizers of Take Shelter Oklahoma argued that the state attorney general derailed the process by writing biased ballot language. The group hopes to spend $500 million to build storm shelters in schools around the state — Organizers failed to collect the 160,000 signatures needed in 90 days to put the ballot before voters.
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