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Watts, Jim
February 2006
Bond Buyer;2/7/2006, Vol. 355 Issue 32314, p29
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The article reports on the increase in the overall budget for Oklahoma for fiscal 2006. The total amount of funds reached 6 billion dollars. The money includes 314 million dollars in growth revenues, 151 million dollars in the cash-flow reserve fund, and an estimated 155 dollars from current-year supplemental and other appropriations. The extra money will be divided among 70 state agencies.


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