Tulsa Talk Radio host, Pat Campbell, threw down the gauntlet Tuesday morning when he blasted the legislative leadership for a misguided lust for bigger government bloat, rather than reform the agencies which have not been subjected to proper oversight and a real trimming of the fat.
Expect Pat to be one conservative voice who will make this issue a litmus test for his listeners to determine who is looking out for the taxpayers.
Campbell started out his commentary with a strong condemnation of Tulsa's daily newspaper, which he describes as the mouthpiece of the Tulsa Metro Chamber of Commerce. The 12 minute segment is posted on the KFAQ website.
It requires any revenue-increasing act to be approved by a majority vote of the people. But it allows for this requirement to be bypassed only if the legislature passes a measure by more than 75% of both chambers and a governor's signature.
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