Help could be coming for Okla. drought victims
OKLAHOMA CITY – Help could soon be on the way for victims of Oklahoma’s severe drought.
If passed, House Bill 1923 would allocate $10 million this July in an emergency drought relief fund.
The money could then be used by state agencies to provide drought relief after the governor declares an emergency.
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