After a week of speculation, Republican state leaders announced Thursday afternoon a high-level agreement on an $8.3 billion budget.
Gov. Kevin Stitt said the plan goes back to goals he laid out in February during his state of the state address.
"No. 1 was to make Oklahoma a top-10 place for business, No. 2 was to deliver Oklahomans more for their money and No. 3 was always to invest in our fellow Oklahomans, and I believe this budget has accomplished all three of those items," Stitt said.