OK Supreme Court Hears Arguments Concerning Revenue Raising Bills

The Oklahoma Supreme Court heard arguments Tuesday for and against revenue raising measures which are under constitutional scrutiny. The Legislature passed several measures to help patch a large budget gap during the final week of the Session. That’s something which is regarded unconstitutional. The Tulsa World’s Barbara Hoberock writes the challenges could create problems for the current state budget, and Governor Fallin has put lawmakers on notice they could be coming back for a special session, if the Court strikes down the bills.

Read the Tulsa World story here.

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  1. Mark Irwin, 09 August, 2017

    This is the same Supreme Court which ok’d the use of General Revenue Bonds, subverting the Constitutional requirement for a vote of the people. I would not get my hopes up.


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