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State Impact: A Consensus from OK Political Leaders on Property Tax

Filed by KOSU News in Feature, Local News, Politics.
December 16, 2011

Many lawmakers have the state income tax in their crosshairs heading into the next legislative session.  But it makes up fully one-third of the state’s revenue. So, the government would need some other source of funding. There is one option you can be sure won’t even be considered.  StateImpact’s Logan Layden looked at Oklahoma’s dark history with the statewide property tax. Get the full report here.

One Response to “State Impact: A Consensus from OK Political Leaders on Property Tax”

  1. @philnaked says:

    Another move to cripple the middle case by the "your on your own" GOP and protecting the upper class. If the gov and legislature was honest about cutting taxes, they would have the food tax in their sights.

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