Oklahoma's state budget is one of the fastest growing in the country. In 1992, Colorado implemented a Taxpayers' Bill of Rights, ushering in a period of unprecedented prosperity, and provided more than $3 billion in tax rebates. The former president of the Colorado Senate, John Andrews, is coming to speak on why Oklahoma would benefit from this policy. Mr. Andrews, now a Claremont Institute fellow, in 1985 founded the Independence Institute, a free-market think tank in Colorado. In 1993, at the invitation of Dr. David Brown, Mr. Andrews spoke to a group of conservatives gathered at a dinner in Oklahoma City–a dinner that effectively sparked the formation of OCPA.
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