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Tribes Line Up Against SQ 777

SQ777 Could Bring Corporate Takeover of Agriculture

The following comes from the campaign of our partner, Oklahomans for Food, Farm & Family, an organization opposing the passage of State Question 777 (SQ777), on the ballot on Nov. 8: In North Dakota, where voters approved a “Right to

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Tahlequah City Council Opposes SQ777

From the Tahlequah Daily Press: Members of the Tahlequah City Council Monday night formally opposed State Question 777 (SQ777), the so-called “Right to Farm” issue set to appear before Oklahoma voters next month. Representatives of Save the Illinois River Inc.

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Tulsa City Council: SQ777 Could Threaten Water Supply

Tulsa City Council signed a resolution encouraging voters to “consider the consequences” of State Question 777 if passed in November, citing the passage of the question could have a negative impact on the city’s water supply. “The unintended consequences could be