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FEB 07, 2016 - San Francisco Chronicle

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Oklahoma Legislature working to fill widening budget gap

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — One year ago, depressed energy prices contributed to a $611 million hole in the state budget that forced Oklahoma lawmakers to tap Oklahoma's Rainy Day reserve fund as well as dozens of non-recurring revenue sources to prevent draconian cuts to public services like schools, roads and public safety. With energy prices even lower, lawmakers face a ...

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FEB 02, 2016 - San Francisco Chronicle

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Bills to rein in Oklahoma tax subsidies face opposition

Gov. Mary Fallin and Republican state legislative leaders all have endorsed repealing or reducing various tax exemptions and deductions as a way to help close a $900 million hole in the state budget. [...] while tapping some of the hundreds of millions of dollars' worth of tax incentives and credits is tempting for budget writers looking to close the funding ...

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FEB 02, 2016 - San Francisco Chronicle

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Gov. Mary Fallin challenges state lawmakers in budget plan

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Gov. Mary Fallin's budget proposal for the upcoming year challenges state lawmakers to make fundamental changes to the way the state pays for vital public services like schools, health care and public safety. The proposal Fallin's secretary of finance outlined Monday calls for revamping the budgeting process to rely less on one-time funding sources such as ...

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FEB 01, 2016 - San Francisco Chronicle

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Teachers winners, smokers losers in Oklahoma budget proposal

Gov. Mary Fallin's $6.99 billion budget proposal for next year is only $52 million less than that of the current fiscal year and relies on revenue "enhancements" and "adjustments" to overcome what could become a $1 billion budget hole. FOSTER CHILDREN — Fallin says $11.3 million should be appropriated to the Department of Human Services to complete implementation of the ...

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FEB 01, 2016 - San Francisco Chronicle

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Latest: Fallin proposes reduced sentences for drug charges

Fallin says tough prison sentences for drug convictions haven't deterred substance abuse and have instead filled state prisons beyond their capacity. The governor also said the state can save $125 million a year by passing legislation that would automate reconciliation of some agency revolving funds and another $125 million from revenue collected by agencies that don't receive state appropriations. Gov. ...

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