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Senate Review


December 6, 2018

With two-thirds of Oklahoma's population now living in two urban Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas (SMSA's), rural Oklahoma is struggling to keep its economic assets. However, the state's land area is still 80% rural.

Since the 1980s, Oklahoma City and Tulsa SMSAs have drastically increased in population while rural Oklahoma has remained constant or declined. 

As a result of Oklahoma's concentrated population shift, there has been an increase in legislators whose districts are parti...

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