DALLAS — Oklahoma tax revenue in February exceeded the official forecast for the first time since December 2008, with better-than-expected collections from personal income and energy production taxes.

Treasurer Scott Meacham said Tuesday that general revenue collections last month totaled $220.6 million. The monthly ­revenue is $800,000 more than expected, but $17.3 million less than collected in February 2009.

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