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An Argument Against The Soon-To-Be-Voted-On Vision Tulsa Sales Tax Program

Aired on Monday, March 7th.

Last week on our program, we spoke with two members of the Tulsa City Council about the Vision program, which was recently approved by the Tulsa City Council in unanimous vote and is likewise supported by Mayor Bartlett. (The Vision program slated to appear on the April 5th ballot.) On this edition of StudioTulsa, we speak with George McFarlin, who's the spokesperson for an all-volunteer organization called Citizens For A Better Vision, which is very much opposed to the Vision sales-tax package -- and which is, per its Facebook page, "a group of grassroots, non-partisan citizens seeking openness and accountability in local government." McFarlin and his colleagues, as we learn on today's program, refer to the Vision proposal as "Vision Forever."

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