DALLAS – Oklahoma general fund collections were up 9% in October from last year’s monthly total due to a 20% gain in personal income tax revenue and improvements in the state severance tax on oil and natural gas production.

Revenue of $913.5 million last month was $75.5 million more than in October 2011, State Treasurer Ken Miller said at a news conference Monday in Oklahoma City.

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