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Some Tax Credits in Oklahoma Could Be on Their Way Out

Filed by KOSU News in Business, Feature, Local News, Politics.
December 22, 2011
 

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Oklahoma’s Task Force on Tax Credits and Economic Incentives is recommending a one-year moratorium on all tax credits in the state. Representative David Dank (R-Oklahoma City) says transparency and oversight are lacking in the current system. He wants legislators to clean up what has become an industry.

KOSU’s Ben Allen breaks down the Task Force’s report, and the future of tax breaks in the state, with StateImpact Oklahoma’s Logan Layden.

Click above to hear their conversation.

You learn more about Oklahoma’s budget on StateImpact Oklahoma’s website, just click here.

There, you’ll find the daily Budget Briefing, and detailed reports on Oklahoma’s budget, including one where Reporter Logan Layden actually tries to buy a tax credit himself.

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