Three state agencies may be getting supplemental appropriations
Wednesday, April 2nd 2003, 12:00 am
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(Oklahoma City-AP) -- The Oklahoma House gave its approval Tuesday to a supplemental spending bill for three state agencies.
House members OK'd a bill that gives $100,000 to avoid layoffs at the Office of Juvenile Affairs.
They also voted for a $1-million appropriation to the Office of State Finance for a computer upgrade.
And the House agreed to give $477,000 to the state Tax Commission to hire temporary workers and beef up data processing.
All three measures now go to the Senate for action.