DALLAS — Oklahoma revenue growth will continue in fiscal 2014 despite the fall expected with the extension of federal income tax cuts that avoided last month’s “fiscal cliff,” the state’s top finance official said Feb. 14.

State income tax collections would have been $60 million higher in fiscal 2014 if the Bush-era tax cuts had expired Jan. 1, but Oklahoma will make up most of that money through increased economic activity, finance secretary Preston Doerflinger said last week.

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