CNBC ranks Oklahoma as the country's least expensive state to live in

www.cnbc.com Published: July 12, 2013
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Scott Cohn at CNBC says we're the cheapest.

The media outlet's senior correspondent posted on the Yahoo! Finance blog yesterday ranking Oklahoma ahead of Tennessee, Idaho and Kentucky as the country's least expensive state to live in.

Cohn cites the average local cost of a half-gallon of milk, monthly energy bill, and various other goods and services, according to the Council for Community and Economic Research C2ER Cost of Living Index.

H/T: Andrew Speno

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