A fiscal analysis of the revised bill shows it would result in $65.7 million in lost revenue to the state in fiscal year 2015 and $169 million in FY 2016 when fully implemented. Mazzei said the cut would result in savings of about $80 for the average Oklahoma family, or $40 for an individual taxpayer.Fallin spokesman Alex Weintz said the governor is still reviewing all the changes to the bill and declined to immediately discuss the revisions.
New Income Tax Cut Plan Emerges In Okla. Senate
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