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Another Okla. city plans Indian center

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MONDAY, JULY 14, 2003

If all goes as planned, two major Oklahoma cities will have centers dedicated to Indian culture.

Tulsa plans a $40 million center with an opening date of 2007. Funding would come from a sales tax package.

Oklahoma City's planned center is the more well known. The city expects to spend between $70 million and $100 million and have it open by 2007.

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City, Tulsa both plan Indian cultural centers (The Daily Oklahoman 7/14)
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