Healthcare tax break clears Oklahoma committee
USA Today, February 20, 2009
Legislation that offers a tax break to offset the cost of healthcare has been approved by an Oklahoma House committee. The measure would grant Oklahomans an income tax deduction equal to the amount paid by an individual for health insurance coverage. If approved, the credit would be available starting in 2010.
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