Governor, lawmakers reach deal on budget
Speaker of the Oklahoma state House, Chris Benge, R-Tulsa, left, looks on during a news conference in Oklahoma City, Monday, May 11, 2009, as Oklahoma state Senate President Pro Tem Glenn Coffee, R-Oklahoma City, speaks. The Republican lawmakers were unveiling compromise legislation affecting the way Oklahomans file and litigate lawsuits. (AP Photo)
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