OKLAHOMA SCISSORTALES: A WELCOME RULING ON TEMPORARY WATER LINES

The Oklahoman OpinionsWE wrote in July about efforts by Kingfisher County's three commissioners to restrict oil-and-gas drilling by banning the use of temporary water lines in county rights-of-way.Read more on NewsOK.com

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