DALLAS — A two-part sales tax extension going to voters in Tulsa County, Okla., on Nov. 6 would generate $748.8 million over 13 years for economic development and capital improvement projects.

County commissioners voted unanimously Monday to ask voters to extend the existing Vision2025 0.6% sales tax, set to expire at the end of 2016, through the end of 2029.

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