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Twelve Senate Republican freshmen issued a joint statement today calling on the House of Representatives to allow a vote on the all-inclusive revenue package that passed the Oklahoma Senate in an overwhelming fashion on Monday.
Capitol Room 422
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73105
For Immediate Release: November 6, 2017
Senate leaders talk to Capitol press following Monday's 37-5 vote on bipartisan revenue bill.
Pictured are Appropriations Vice Chair Sen. Eddie Fields, R-Waynona;
Appropriations Chair Sen. Kim David, R-Porter; Senate President Pro
Tempore Mike Schulz, R-Altus; and Majority Leader Greg Treat, R-Oklahoma City.
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