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State government revenue depends more on energy than Oklahoma economy

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Despite a diversified economy that depends less on the oil and gas industry for personal income, Oklahoma is still very much dependent on energy for tax revenue to fund government services. The gross production tax is expected to account for 11 percent of all revenue collected by the state in the current fiscal year, up from 6 percent in...
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