Tulsa Chamber Urges More Funding For Education

May 12, 2012 Full story: NewsOn6 Tulsa

The state has more money to spend this year and if it comes down to using that for tax cuts - or education spending - business leaders know what they would do - but politicians are not so sure.

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#1 May 14, 2012
ABOLISH the Oklahoma Income Tax and Compulsory Auto insurance and the PEOPLE will do much better. Education has too much money to spend as it is. Abolish the Teachers Unions and Techer tenure and students will benefit. Politicians need more pocket money anyway says the Insurance Industry.

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