Gov. Fallin Vetoes ‘Most Of’ Budget Bill
OKLAHOMA CITY, Oklahoma - Governor Mary Fallin vetoed the budget bill that passed by state lawmakers.
In a statement, Fallin said lawmakers failed to come up with a long-term solution for budget shortfalls.
Fallin said she is preserving the parts of the bill that would fund health and human service.
She posted this video on Facebook, explaining her actions.
The legislature will return for another special session.