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Oklahoma Legislature overrides some vetoes, plans return

 


OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The Oklahoma Legislature spent the final day of the regular session on Friday overriding several of Gov. Kevin Stitt's vetoes, but opted not to override his veto of several key budget provisions.

Instead, lawmakers plan to return in a special session next month to consider Stitt's proposals to eliminate the state sales tax on groceries and reduce the individual income tax rate.

The Legislature's plan to offer one-time cash rebates of $75 for individuals and $150 for married couples and to eliminate the sales tax on motor vehicle purchases, both of which Stitt vetoed,...



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