Trustees of Oklahoma County Independent School District No. 52 are looking at ways to win approval of a general obligation bond package narrowly rejected by voters in December.

The district’s $191 million bond proposal was favored by a majority of voters, but failed to attain the 60% super-majority required by state law.

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