State Rep. leading effort to get storm shelters in Okla. schools
OKLAHOMA CITY – One Oklahoma representative is leading the fight for more storm shelter funding in Oklahoma.
After major tornadoes in May and June, concerned Oklahomans are rallying together to find ways to bring storm shelters into schools in our state.
Rep. Joe Dorman is hosting a news conference at the State Capitol at 4 p.m. Wednesday.
He’s presenting a group dedicated to providing shelters for schools and explaining their plan to make that happen.
We know it involves a petition and a $500 million bond issue.
We’ll bring you more details following Wednesday’s event.
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