DALLAS — The Oklahoma Supreme Court Dec. 17 overturned state legislation that cut the state's personal income tax and provided $120 million for repairs to the Capitol.

In a unanimous decision, the court ruled the bill violated the state constitution's ban on "logrolling," or including multiple subjects in a single bill.

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