Bellmon Advised To Stay Out of Newkirk Dispute - 1989-09-01

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F23.png Bellmon Advised To Stay Out of Newkirk Dispute September 1, 1989, Tulsa World

State officials say Gov. Henry Bellmon has been advised not to become involved in a dispute over a proposed drug treatment center in Newkirk.

"It would be inappropriate for the governor to sign any document endorsing a drug treatment center prior to completion of the Department of Mental Health's review of the facility for certification," Andrew Tevington, Bellmon's aide, said.

A group of Native Americans has asked Bellmon to sign a proclamation about drug abuse that mentions the Narconon Chilocco New Life Treatment Center.


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