Vote yes on taxing intangible assets

Oklahoman Modified: October 12, 2012 at 9:28 am •  Published: October 12, 2012

According to Oklahoma law, state questions must be worded in such a way that a “no” maintains the status quo. Most people vote no with little knowledge of a question’s intent, because they resist change. A “yes” vote is needed on State Question 766 in order to roll back the recent state Supreme Court ruling that allows for taxing intangible assets. Before the court ruling, only tangible property could be taxed. Vote “yes” for the status quo.

Thomas L. Furlong, Oklahoma Cit y

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