Dec 16, 2015

State Supreme Court hears arguments on penny tax | News OK

The Oklahoma Supreme Court is deciding the constitutionality of a proposed initiative to boost teacher salaries. "We will take it under advisement and advise the parties by a written decision shortly," Chief Justice John Reif said Wednesday after an hour of arguments from attorneys. Opponents say the proposal violates a part of the state Constitutional requiring that such measures embrace...

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