DALLAS – The exemption of intangible property from local tax rolls approved by Oklahoma voters in November 2012 will eliminate $60 million of annual revenue for counties and school districts.

The Oklahoma Tax Commission said 90 of the 250 public service companies eligible for the tax exemption took advantage of the new policy. The largest exemption of $23 million was claimed by AT&T.

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