Oklahoma Legislature passes mega development incentive


A mega development incentive that's believed to be intended to attract Japanese electronics company Panasonic cleared the Oklahoma Legislature on Thursday.

The Oklahoma Senate voted 41-5 to pass the incentive that's believed to be worth $700 million. The state House voted 81-17 to pass the legislation on Tuesday.

The bill now goes to Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt, who held a news conference Monday to call on lawmakers to pass the bill this week.

Oklahoma is believed to be competing with Kansas for . . .


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