Group files HB1010XX veto referendum

Posted on: 5/2/18


Oklahoma Taxpayers Unite, a group that describes itself as “dedicated to efficient and responsible state government, with accountability to the people and their limited means of providing for themselves, their families, and their communities,” filed a veto referendum petition Tuesday seeking to overturn the revenue-raising measure lawmakers passed and
Gov. Mary Fallin signed during the second special session.

Ronda Vuillemont-Smith, one of the group’s co-founders, announced March 28 the group would seek to have the bill put before voters if it was approved and signed in to law. At that point, the bill had yet to pass the Senate and be signed by the governor.

For more information on HB1010XX, the revenue-raising measure, click here. (Lynne White)

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