May 31, 2016 •
Oklahoma Legislature Adjourns Sine Die
The second regular session of the 55th Oklahoma Legislature adjourned sine die on Friday, May 27.
Prior to adjournment, lawmakers addressed the growing budget deficit and passed a budget, but failed to pass health care reform legislation or approve an increase on cigarette tax.
House Democrats say they would have supported the cigarette tax if Republicans had supported health care expansion.
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