Oklahoma State Question 138 (1926)
It was an initiated state statute.
The objective of the measure was to adjust taxes on the production of oil and other natural resources so they would be equivalent to the average ad valorem tax throughout the state in the preceding fiscal year.
44,869 signatures were filed to qualify it for the ballot; 42,272 were required.
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