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'''February 18, 2009: '''[[Oklahoma Senate Joint Resolution 13, 2009|Oklahoma Senate Joint Resolution 13]], proposed by Oklahoma state senator [[Randy Brogdon]], would amend the Oklahoma Constitution to lower the percentage of signatures required in Oklahoma from 15% for a constitutional amendment and 10% for a statutory change to 10% and 8% respectively. If the legislature passes SJR 13, it will be referred to the 2010 ballot in Oklahoma.
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Robert Henry leaves 10th Circuit to become President of Oklahoma City University

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma - Tenth Circuit Chief Judge Robert Henry will step down from his position to become the new President of Oklahoma City University effective on July 1, 2010.

Henry was one of 53 candidates for the position. The judge previously worked at the University as the Dean of Oklahoma City Law School from 1991 to 1994. In 1994, Henry was nominated by Bill Clinton to Tenth Circuit.[1]

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