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Weekly Roundup: Letting their (weed) love flow | Local News

TALLAHASSEE—This time it’s going to work. That’s what backers of a recreational-marijuana initiative that launched this week say, despite a history of previous proposed constitutional amendments failing. Trulieve, the state’s largest medical-marijuana operator, and Florida-based country music artists The Bellamy Brothers are backing a proposed… Read More »Weekly Roundup: Letting their (weed) love flow | Local News

Tulsa, Jenks transportation projects get federal infrastructure grants | State and Regional News

OKLAHOMA CITY — Officials on Thursday announced the receipt of federal grants totaling millions of dollars for transportation projects in Tulsa and Jenks, including one that will reconnect 51st Street under US 75. The projects are among six totaling $48.7 million for Oklahoma from the… Read More »Tulsa, Jenks transportation projects get federal infrastructure grants | State and Regional News

Tulsa, Jenks transportation projects get federal infrastructure grants | State and Regional News

OKLAHOMA CITY — Officials on Thursday announced the receipt of federal grants totaling millions of dollars for transportation projects in Tulsa and Jenks, including one that will reconnect 51st Street under US 75. The projects are among six totaling $48.7 million for Oklahoma from the… Read More »Tulsa, Jenks transportation projects get federal infrastructure grants | State and Regional News

Public meeting shows widespread support for Buchan Railway connecting Peterhead, Fraserburgh and Ellon to Aberdeen

MSP Karen Adam held a public meeting on the evening of Wednesday (August 10) on the prospect of bringing back rail to Peterhead and Fraserburgh. Leaders of the Campaign For North East Rail (CNER) showcased their provisional proposals to dozens of members of the public… Read More »Public meeting shows widespread support for Buchan Railway connecting Peterhead, Fraserburgh and Ellon to Aberdeen

Pakistani Muslim photographer killed in murder-suicide amplifies dialogue about divorce and stigma in the South Asian community | Nation

CHICAGO — After a 29-year-old Pakistani Muslim woman was shot and killed last month, in an apparent murder-suicide by her soon-to-be ex-husband, her death sparked countless conversations and reflection within the South Asian and Muslim communities about how cultural stigma, particularly surrounding divorce, can unfairly… Read More »Pakistani Muslim photographer killed in murder-suicide amplifies dialogue about divorce and stigma in the South Asian community | Nation