DALLAS — Oklahoma’s plan to issue $25 million of lease revenue bonds to repair a Tulsa dam was unanimously rejected as unconstitutional Tuesday by the Oklahoma Supreme Court.

The proceeds were earmarked for a repair project at the city-owned Zink Lake dam on the Arkansas River by the Tulsa River Parks Authority that would raise the water level by three feet to provide land for a county park.

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