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State GOP platform is not priority for legislative leaders

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Gov. Kevin Stitt visits with  a parent Wednesday before finishing his tour of Southeast High School in Oklahoma City. Accompanying the governor for the tour is Sean McDaniel, right, Oklahoma City Public Schools superintendent.  [Jim Beckel/The Oklahoman]
Gov. Kevin Stitt visits with a parent Wednesday before finishing his tour of Southeast High School in Oklahoma City. Accompanying the governor for the tour is Sean McDaniel, right, Oklahoma City Public Schools superintendent. [Jim Beckel/The Oklahoman]
Priorities for the Oklahoma Republican Party and Republican leaders in the state Legislature don’t always align. The party platform adopted by the Oklahoma GOP at its state convention last week included several policy positions that lawmakers this year have ignored or outright rejected. The state party was criticized this week, namely by...
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