Indian museum in Oklahoma seeks $45M from state
The American Indian Cultural Center in Oklahoma City is asking state lawmakers for $45 million to move construction forward.

Overall, the facility needs $150 million. The 300-acre site will feature a museum, a welcome center and private development.

Construction began in December 2006. Officials say $45 million is need to keep the project on track.

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Indian cultural center requesting $45M (The Oklahoman 3/26)
Indian museum construction hinges on funding approval (The Oklahoman 3/21)

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