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Fall 2007 Episode 6 - Reporter's Choice (Dec 15, 2007)
On Assignment: Radio's last episode of the 2007 Fall Semester, our student reporters showcase their unique talents and interests as they present stories handpicked by them. Katrina Smith tells the story of a mother who came to love four young children under tragic circumstances. A friend of the family passed away, and this woman adopted all four, ages 6 to 2 months, and raised them as her own. Oklahoma House Bill 1804 went into effect November 1st, and is designed to crack down on illegal immigration. However, the measure has far-reaching implications for even those with no question to their legal status, and Bianca Lopez describes how the legislation has affected her and the people she cares about. Peju Fabaro interviews Liz Maute, an OU advertising student who started her own business, So F'n Cute. Liz describes the perils of trying to start your own business, especially when trying to make it as a "starving artist." Will Prescott heads back inside H-Unit at the Oklahoma State Penitentiary in McAlester. He also speaks with Curtis McCarty, a former Death Row inmate exonerated earlier this year, about life on the inside.

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