Oklahoma Voter Approval for Tax Increases, State Question 640 (March 1992)
The objective of the measure was to prevent the legislature from raising taxes without approval from the voters, or 3/4 of each house of the legislature.
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Opposition from Oklahoma Education Association
In a 2008 editorial criticizing the Oklahoma Education Association for sponsoring the Oklahoma HOPE Ballot Initiative, the Oklahoman says that in 1992, the OEA "opposed a public vote on State Question 640."
233,832 signatures were filed to qualify it for the ballot, versus a requirement of 175,656.
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