The Oklahoma Supreme Court has cleared the way for voters to decide early next year whether they want to approve future revenue increases for the state budget.

The court last week ruled that there was no legal reason to bar the public from voting on State Question 640, which would require voter approval of all new revenue packages not approved by three-fourths of the Oklahoma Legislature.

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