DALLAS – Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt is reviewing the wording of a petition seeking a statewide vote on $500 million of state bonds for storm shelters at public schools.

Paperwork for the initiative petition was submitted Sept. 18 to Oklahoma’s secretary of state by Take Shelter Oklahoma, which was formed after tornadoes in May killed 47 people, including seven students who died when their elementary school in an Oklahoma City suburb was leveled.

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