Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin seeks personal income tax cut, money for Capitol
Oklahoma’s governor says she supports legislation that would let local communities have control over tobacco use in public places.
Gov. Mary Fallin challenged lawmakers Monday to cut the top bracket of the personal income tax and develop a plan to repair the crumbling state Capitol, and for the first time, she publicly urged them to approve legislation that would let local communities have control over tobacco use in public places.
The governor, beginning her third year in office, also asked lawmakers to overhaul the state workers’ compensation system and to continue to back efforts to reduce the size of state government...
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