Revenue up 150 million dollars in first quarter
Wednesday, October 15th 2003, 12:00 am
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(Oklahoma City-AP) -- State tax collections increased by more than 15 percent during the first quarter of the fiscal year, but a state official is warning that the economy is still fragile.
The state collected one-point-one (b) billion dollars in taxes during the three months ending September 30th. That's an increase of 15-point-two percent over one year ago.
Office of State Finance director Scott Meacham says it appears Oklahoma's economy is starting to recover. But Meacham says a negative shock could slow or even reverse the recovery.