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'''February 18, 2009: '''[[Oklahoma Senate Joint Resolution 13, 2009|Oklahoma Senate Joint Resolution 13]], proposed by Oklahoma state senator [[Randy Brogdon]], would amend the Oklahoma Constitution to lower the percentage of signatures required in Oklahoma from 15% for a constitutional amendment and 10% for a statutory change to 10% and 8% respectively. If the legislature passes SJR 13, it will be referred to the 2010 ballot in Oklahoma.
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1992 measure re-appears in midst of Oklahoma's down economy

OKLAHOMA CITY, Oklahoma: 5 percent reductions in state agencies have been ordered the past three months due to declining revenues during the current fiscal year. According to the governor's chief budget adviser, those reductions could increase. Among the down economy is the effects of the 1992 measure that Oklahoma voters approved that prohibited legislature from raising taxes without the approval of voters if the increase does not pass 3/4 vote of each legislative body.[1]

If deeper cuts are necessary, lawmakers could choose to raise taxes to keep the cuts at 5 percent, but must do it under the provisions of the measure that was passed 19 years ago.

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