Oklahoma House passes mega development incentive


Just in case you're keeping your eyes on what's happening in Oklahoma on the mega incentives for what's been described as the "worst kept secret," the state House today passed a $700 million inducement to lure Panasonic.

The Oklahoma House voted 81-17 to pass the bill, about a day after Republican Gov. Kevin Stitt called on lawmakers to approve the incentive or risk losing a massive development project that is believed to be courting Kansas as well.

The bill now goes to the Senate, where it's expected to be heard Thursday. Stitt wanted the bill . . .


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