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What the five state questions on the Nov. 6 ballot mean in plain English

What the five state questions on the Nov. 6 ballot mean in plain English

Tulsa World
Sep 24, 2018

Oklahomans will see five state questions on their ballot in the general election Nov. 6. Veteran Staff Writer Randy Krehbiel offers the details of each. See all of the Tulsa World’s election coverage at tulsaworld.com/election2018.

The Legislature proposes amending the state constitution to create the Oklahoma Vision Fund, which would receive an escalating portion of state gross production taxes beginning with 5 percent in 2020. Additional money could be appropriated to the fund.

The fund would essentially be an endowment managed by the state treasurer. It would be exempt from the constitutional prohibition against investment of state funds in private equities such as shares of stock. Four percent of the fund would be apportioned annually to the general fund.

The intent is to create more long-term stability for state revenue... FULL ARTICLE

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