Associated Press: The Oklahoma House narrowly approved a bill on Thursday to strip some power during health emergencies from mayors and other local officials.
The bill would make several changes to the Catastrophic Health Emergency Powers Act, conferring broad authority on the governor and others during health emergencies if the Legislature agrees.
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