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OK Treasurer launches government checkbook website

Oklahoma City- An online program aimed at helping Oklahoma taxpayers determine how their money is being spent is up and running.

State Treasurer Ken Miller launched the website Wednesday. He says it gives taxpayers a quick and easy way to examine state government spending. You can view transactions and what your tax dollars are being spent on most.

Here's a link to the website. https://okreporting.ok.gov/analytics/saw.dll?Dashboard&PortalPath=/shared/Treasurer/_portal/Checkbook&Page=Checkbook&NQUser=HR83Ty4j&NQPassword=9OmY3m!q

 

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