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Oklahoma Governor Seeks to Replenish Emergency Fund - Pay Back Coops

After responding to various extreme weather events, cities, towns, and counties as well as certain electric coops are due reimbursement from the Oklahoma Emergency Fund. However, a lack of funding has left reimbursements unpaid since January 1, 2007. Ele
August 16, 2011

After responding to various extreme weather events, cities, towns, and counties as well as certain electric coops are due reimbursement from the Oklahoma Emergency Fund. However, a lack of funding has left reimbursements unpaid since January 1, 2007. Electric coops are due approximately $20 million, and Governor Mary Fallin said she hopes state lawmakers will start replenishing the emergency fund next year. The Daily Oklahoman has the full story.

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