Governor continues push to repair Oklahoma Capitol
Gov. Mary Fallin tells Oklahoma newspaper editors and publishers she is concerned about safety issues in the nearly 100-year-old state Capitol.
Gov. Mary Fallin said Thursday she will continue to pressure lawmakers to take steps to repair the state Capitol.
“What I want to do is get the Capitol fixed,” she told a gathering of members of the Oklahoma Press Association. “Because the longer we delay fixing the Capitol, the more it costs.”
Fallin told editors and publishers she is concerned about safety issues in the nearly 100-year-old building.
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