Governor Mary Fallin answers questions about recent hot topics in Oklahoma

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Governor Mary Fallin joins the panel to answer questions about a controversial firearms bill, the passing of the cannabis oil bill, and who has the power to issue a moratorium on injection wells.

First, the governor tells why she vetoed a bill that involves firearms and businesses.

Governor Fallin also signed a bill that legalizes the use of cannabis oil for medical purposes. She tells the panel her thoughts behind that decision.

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Governor Mary Fallin talks about the future of the American Indian Cultural Center & Museum.

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Earthquakes have been rocking Oklahoma, and some citizens are calling for a moratorium on injection wells. But those who have been called upon to stop the use on injection wells have all denied that responsibility.

Governor Fallin talks about who actually has that power.

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