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Governor eyes consolidations, elimination of state ‘swag’

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OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Gov. Mary Fallin is issuing a series of executive orders asking public education leaders to develop a plan to consolidate administrative costs and for agency leaders to cut out spending on so-called “swag” items. Fallin issued three separate executive orders on Tuesday she said was part of an effort to make […]
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