DALLAS — Oklahoma lawmakers and the new governor will face a tight revenue picture again this year when the 53rd Legislature convenes Feb. 7.

No more federal stimulus money, a depleted budget-stabilization fund, and an automatic reduction in the state income tax will challenge budget writers and the administration of Republican Governor-elect Mary Fallin.

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