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Oklahoma State Question 167 (1931)

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Oklahoma State Question 167 (Initiative #112) appeared on the 1931 ballot in Oklahoma. It failed, with 208,144 in favor and 235,918 opposed.

It was an initiated state statute.

The objective of the measure was to reduce the ad valorem tax, and replace it with an increase in income taxes, for all private entities.

121,401 signatures were filed to qualify it for the ballot.

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