DALLAS — An Oklahoma Senate proposal to delay a reduction of the state income tax rate for a full year will be opposed by Gov. Mary Fallin and the House leadership.

Senators amended a House-passed measure to lower the top tax rate to 5.5% to 4.95% rather than the 5% cap in the House version, and delayed its implementation to 2015 rather than 2014 as requested by Fallin in her opening address to the 2013 Legislature in February.

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