DALLAS - Oklahoma Gov. David Walters has. proposed selling up to $50 million of bonds to pay for the conversion of government vehicles to use low-cost compressed natural gas produced in the state.

Under the plan, the bonds would be secured by general fund savings expected from using natural gas, which generally costs half of what Oklahoma now pays for conventional fuels to power its 10.000-vehicle fleet.

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