DALLAS — Oklahoma Gov. Brad Henry and legislative leaders notified state agencies on Tuesday to expect monthly budget cuts through the remainder of fiscal 2010 as revenues continue to drop below expected levels.

Henry, House Speaker Chris Benge, R-Tulsa, and Senate President pro tempore Glenn Coffee, R-Oklahoma City, said they made the decision to continue the 5% monthly cuts after September’s revenues were 29.2% less than expected when the fiscal 2010 budget was adopted.

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