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Governor Stitt Responds to Senate's Unwillingness to Vote on Tax Cuts

Wednesday, January 24, 2024

Governor Kevin Stitt released the following statement regarding the Senate's unwillingness to vote on tax cuts:

“All I asked was for Senator Treat to put a quarter-point tax cut up for a vote. The Senate is refusing to do what 65% of Oklahomans support: cutting taxes. If anything is a waste of taxpayer money, it is the refusal of Senate leadership to give Oklahomans a well-deserved pay raise.”

Last Modified on Jan 24, 2024
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