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The following column from Red Dirt Collective is the first of several upcoming opinion pieces from local organizations that address hunger and homelessness in Norman sharing more about the work they do locally.

The recent controversy over whether Gov. Kevin Stitt should approve a commutation (from death to life) for convicted murderer Julius Jones has raised awareness of the power of an Oklahoma governor in the pardon and parole process.

Once upon a time, the only thought I gave to the Norman Utilities Department was when I got the monthly bill. And maybe I paid attention if my trash wasn’t picked up on time.

This is the second in a series of pieces from Dr. Alan Levenson adapted from his book "Joseph: Portraits Through the Ages." Read the first online or in the Friday, Nov. 19 faith section.

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