Oklahoma Senate passes $8.1 billion state spending plan

By Carmen FormanStaff writercforman@oklahoman.comThe Oklahoma Senate gave final legislative approval Tuesday to an $8.1 billion spending plan that includes teacher pay raises, pay bumps for state employees and builds on the common education funding increase the Legislature appropriated last year.
Having cleared both chambers of the Legislature, the fiscal year 2020 general appropriations bill that outlines state spending for next year now heads to Gov.Read more on NewsOK.com

By Carmen Forman
Staff writer
cforman@oklahoman.com

The Oklahoma Senate gave final legislative approval Tuesday to an $8.1 billion spending plan that includes teacher pay raises, pay bumps for state employees and builds on the common education funding increase the Legislature appropriated last year.

Having cleared both chambers of the Legislature, the fiscal year 2020 general appropriations bill that outlines state spending for next year now heads to Gov.
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