OKLAHOMA: Regents Seek $171 Million

Watts, Jim
October 2006
Bond Buyer;10/31/2006, Vol. 358 Issue 32498, p39
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The article provides information on the $1.19 billion budget allocation that is asked by the Regents of Higher Education in Oklahoma. This discloses that the regents seek a billion budget for higher education, which was determined to be $171 million higher from 2006. The regents contend that the proposed fund allocation will be used for various sectors. Among the anticipated projects for the fund include scholarship grants in state colleges and higher education institutions.


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