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'In my opinion, we don't devote nearly enough scientific research to finding a cure for stupid'


February 12, 2017

After reading Gov. Fallin's proposed 164 services that would be newly taxed by the state, counties and cities, I have to agree. The state has wasted the oilfield fortunes and now want the citizens to make it okay. Doctor visits, legal fees, funeral services, utility bills and child care are the start of what would be taxed that aren't now. Lots of them are medical field related, putting more burden on the poor. She wants to stop state tax on groceries, but will allow cities and counties to tax groceries. If the state legislature were given intelligence tests, the results would come back neg...

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