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May 1, 2019

The intersection of Meadowbrook and Cottonwood would be closed starting Thursday for concrete repairs. According to a city of Enid press release, the intersection will be open for school traffic only, and the project is estimated to be completed in two weeks.


City of Enid Engineering officials announced today the intersection of Kennedy Street and Cherry Avenue would be closed on Wednesday, May 1, 2019 beginning at 8:00 am.  The closure will allow crews to install a new water line across the road.  Officials said the intersection is estimated to be closed until late Thursday afternoon.


The Oklahoma Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that a state law restricting access to drug-induced abortions is unconstitutional, the latest decision by the state's highest court striking down restrictions on abortions adopted by the Republican-controlled Legislature. The court overturned a 2014 state law that banned "off-label" use of mifepristone, a medication used for abortions, sometimes called RU-486. In striking down the law, the Supreme Court in a 7-1 decision ruled that the requirement "places a substantial obstacle in the path of women's choice and places an undue burden on the woman's rights."


 Oklahoma’s public colleges and universities will be prohibited from creating “free-speech zones” under a new law. A bill Gov. Kevin Stitt signed into law Monday essentially doubles down on free speech rights already guaranteed to college students under the First Amendment. Some public and private colleges and universities across the country have established “free-speech zones” on campus that are intended for protests, demonstrations and other expressions of free speech.


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