The House goes home. The Senate still doesn't like it.
A crucial budget bill faces an eminent senate decision, and potentially a governor's desk.
Senator Smalley called the House "Rude & Heartless".
And yet the Senate did the exact same thing to the House last May, adjourning 'sine die', while the House faced a forced tobacco tax vote in late May, after the senate went home.
The divide between the House & Senate is great, and it is personal. The hypocrisy is glaring.
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"The people of Oklahoma no longer trust the legislature to constrain themselves, and we therefor will decide how much is enough taxes."
Curtis Bold & Andrew Lopez