Stitt requesting more federal aid in response to lasting winter storm effects

OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt announced Tuesday he has asked the White House for more federal funding in response to the two-week winter storm in February.

The request is for additional aid for homeowners, renters, business owners and government entities all 77 of the state’s counties.

“This request continues my effort to turn over every rock and do everything we can to help Oklahomans recover from this historic storm,” Stitt said.

“I appreciate President Biden’s initial actions and urge him to act quickly to approve this request as well.”

People who had their property damaged or impacted by the storm are asked to report the damages here.

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