After weeks of stalling the citizens' petition through court wrangling and then delaying a decision for nearly 2 weeks, The Oklahoma Supreme Court showed their opinions, today. Here's the breaking news from KTUL TV.
They could have issued a decision within hours of the June 11 hearing, like they did with last year's Tobacco Tax case, but this time they delayed and cut the time available for the OTU to draft a new petition and return it with 42,000 signatures in the next few weeks.
Here is the video of the oral arguments. In the 2nd case, it becomes clear that the chief justice could not contain his hostility toward Oklahoma Taxpayers Unite. After all, OTU is seeking to keep the justices from getting a budget increase and a personal pay raise, right?
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