Oklahoma’s bond rating would be better if the state issued more bonds for vital infrastructure projects, the Daily Oklahoman said Friday in a lead editorial.

“Obviously, bond debt shouldn’t be employed willy-nilly for every special-interest project, but true state needs serving a broad public function are legitimate,” the newspaper opined. “By neglecting these needs, lawmakers are actually increasing the cost taxpayers will ultimately bear.”

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