State budget agreement reached. Republicans prioritize savings, inflation relief, police, economy & more (Senate press release)

OKLAHOMA CITY – Historic state savings deposits and more money returned to taxpayers highlight the Fiscal Year 2023 state budget agreement, which also funds law enforcement at record levels, eliminates the years-long developmentally disabled services waiting list, fights federal overreach, and makes generational investments . . .  read more

April 21, 2020: State revenue shortfall declared; $1.3 billion shortfall forecast for next year (The Oklahoman)

Bowing to pressure from state lawmakers, the Board of Equalization, led by Gov. Kevin Stitt, on Monday formally certified a revenue shortfall of $416 million for the current fiscal year. State officials also received a presentation on Oklahoma’s bleak financial picture for the fiscal year that begins July 1, 2020, from the head of the Oklahoma . . .  read more