March 21st, 2013
We continue to follow counterproductive policies that push Oklahomans trying to escape addiction into a downward spiral, and the problem is growing more costly to taxpayers every year.
“We’re not going to see any significant changes done to tax credits, and at the end of the day, we’re going to put the burden of all these tax cuts on the backs of working families, educators, health care providers, corrections employees. There’s all kinds of bad fiscal mismanagement taking place.”
-House Minority Leader Rep. Scott Inman, who said the Legislature’s approach of planning a tax cut while looking at a $611 million budget hole is wrongheaded (Source)