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Michael S. Johnson, Attorney at Law

Michael Johnson has a law practice in Oklahoma City (OK)
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830 Northwest 10th Street, Oklahoma City, OK 73106
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    Oklahoma: Oklahoma City
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    Editorial: Small step toward reform — US Senate considering immigration...
    Anniston Star The Alabama legislators who gave us the 2011 anti-immigration law deserve our sympathy today. OK, “sympathy” may be too strong, but at the very least they have every right to be frustrated this week. Alabama's law that sought to harass illegal ... more »
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