Tony Mastin, administrator of the Oklahoma Tax Commission, told lawmakers last week that existing income tax credits designed to spur investments cost the state more than $100 million a year in lost revenue.

Mastin told the House Administrative Rules and Agency Oversight Committee that the entire complex of state tax credits, special income tax exemptions and deductions, and legislatively mandated sales tax exemptions result in the loss of billions of dollars in state revenue every year.

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