DALLAS — Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin will propose an across-the-board cut in the state personal income tax rate at Friday’s opening legislative session.

Fallin declined to be specific on the depth of the tax cut at Thursday’s legislative forum sponsored by the Associated Press, but called it “one of the boldest tax-reform plans we’ve seen in our state’s history.”

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