Cigarette Tax on Deck for Special Session

The House and Senate Joint Appropriations and Budget Committees got to work on Tuesday to set up a possible floor vote on a $1.50 cigarette tax to help patch a $215 million budget gap. The Tulsa World’s Randy Krehbiel and Barbara Hoberock write this is the first test of Republican leadership to gain 76 House votes during the special session.

Read the Tulsa World story here.

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