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 . . .