Record Revenue

Watts, Jim
July 2006
Bond Buyer;7/18/2006, Vol. 357 Issue 32424, p31
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The article reports on the growth of the government's revenue in Oklahoma. According to Scott Meacham, the state's treasurer, the state's general revenue fund collection for the fiscal year that finished on June 30, 2006 reaches up to $5.7 billion, representing a 15 percent increase from 2005. Meacham attributed this growth to the oil and gas industry and prices of commodities in the state .


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