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2 bills seek to remove Oklahoma auto sales tax

 

November 28, 2018



OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Two bills filed this week look to end Oklahoma's automobile sales tax, which was enacted during that state's budget crisis last year.

The Senate bills would halt the 1.25 percent sales tax on vehicles bought after July 1, 2019, The Oklahoman reported. The state's excise tax would remain.

Republican Senate Appropriations Committee Chair Kim David, who authored one of the proposals, supported the tax when it first went into effect. She said it's time to revisit the issue because the state is in a different place financially.

The sales tax was introduced during last year...



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