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Oklahoma SSN encourages collaboration between scholars at universities and state-level policy groups to benefit the public good. This chapter, based in Tulsa, is particularly invested in environmental legislation to ensure a greener, safer Sooner State for all.
- Race & Ethnicity
University of Oklahoma-Norman Campus
- Children & Families
- Foreign Policy & Security
Oklahoma State Department of Education
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