Fun fact: The Oklahoma government owns more than 9,000 properties.
eCapitol News reports:
Lawmakers could have more money to spend during the 2012 legislative session if Oklahoma’s General Revenue Fund collections follow the trend of the past 10 years, the Office of State Finance reported.
The OSF released its State Budget Outlook Multi-Year Trend Analysis last week, which analyzes major sources of tax revenues for the General Revenue Fund, the largest single source of legislative funding.
StateImpact Oklahoma is live-blogging the tax credit task force meeting from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. tomorrow.
Tomorrow’s agenda (right-click here to download) includes:
- A discussion about the task force’s final report
- Possible voting on criteria by which to evaluate state tax credits and economic incentives.
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