DALLAS – Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin’s call for a legislative special session beginning Monday will give lawmakers more to consider than just the recent state Supreme Court decision that eliminated $215 million of revenue from the current budget.

Fallin called for lawmakers to look beyond the shortfall in the current fiscal year budget caused by the court ruling to long-term solutions to government inefficiencies, and a pay increase for public school teachers.

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