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Twenty-one people leave prison after Gov. Fallin commutes drug-related sentencesĀ 

The 21 people released were helped through a months-long commutation process by advocacy group Oklahomans for Criminal Justice Reform.

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Fallin signs Oklahoma’s first medical marijuana rules including controversial amendments pushed by health leaders

Gov. Mary Fallin expects the regulations to be modified.
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After veto, county sheriffs insist the state still owes jails money for housing inmates.

County sheriffs heavily supported a bill they hoped would mean larger reimbursements to county jails that hold state prison inmates and a more transparent reimbursement system. The governor vetoed the bill leaving the debate between county sheriffs and the state unresolved.

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