Bill Text For HB3821 - Enrolled

ENROLLED HOUSE

BILL NO. 3821                       By: Newton of the House

 

                                               and

 

                                        Jech of the Senate

 

 

 

 

 

 

An Act relating to revenue and taxation; amending 68 O.S. 2021, Section 1004, which relates to apportionment and use of proceeds of tax; extending date of apportionment for certain funds; providing an effective date; and declaring an emergency.

 

 

 

 

SUBJECT: Revenue and taxation

 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA:

 

SECTION 1.     AMENDATORY     68 O.S. 2021, Section 1004, is amended to read as follows:

 

Section 1004.  A.  As used in this section:

 

1.  "Moving five-year average amount for gas" means, for purposes of the apportionments prescribed by this section, the amount of gross production tax on natural gas collected for each of the five (5) complete fiscal years, as computed by the State Board of Equalization pursuant to Section 34.103 of Title 62 of the Oklahoma Statutes; and

 

2.  "Moving five-year average amount for oil" means, for purposes of the apportionments prescribed by this section, the amount of gross production tax on oil collected for each of the five (5) complete fiscal years, as computed by the State Board of Equalization pursuant to Section 34.103 of Title 62 of the Oklahoma Statutes.

 

B.  Beginning July 1, 2017, the gross production tax provided for in Section 1001 of this title is hereby levied and shall be collected and apportioned as follows:

 

1.  For all monies collected from the tax levied on asphalt or ores bearing uranium, lead, zinc, jack, gold, silver or copper:

 

a.   eighty-five and seventy-two one-hundredths percent (85.72%) shall be paid to the State Treasurer of the state to be placed in the General Revenue Fund of the state and used for the general expense of state government, to be paid out pursuant to direct appropriation by the Legislature,

 

b.   seven and fourteen one-hundredths percent (7.14%) of the sum collected from natural gas and/or casinghead gas or asphalt or ores bearing uranium, lead, zinc, jack, gold, silver or copper shall be paid to the various county treasurers to be credited to the County Highway Fund as follows:  Each county shall receive a proportionate share of the funds available based upon the proportion of the total value of production from such county in the corresponding month of the preceding year, and

 

c.   seven and fourteen one-hundredths percent (7.14%) shall be allocated to each county as provided for in subparagraph b of this paragraph and shall be apportioned, on an average daily attendance per capita distribution basis, as certified by the State Superintendent of Public Instruction to the school districts of the county where such pupils attend school regardless of residence of such pupil, provided the school district makes an ad valorem tax levy of fifteen (15) mills for the current year and maintains twelve (12) years of instruction;

 

2.  For all monies collected from the tax levied on natural gas and/or casinghead gas at a tax rate of seven percent (7%) pursuant to the provisions of subsection B of Section 1001 of this title:

 

a.   after the total revenue apportioned to the General Revenue Fund as prescribed by subparagraph b of this paragraph equals the moving five-year average amount for gas as defined by paragraph 1 of subsection A of this section, there shall be apportioned from the gross production tax levy imposed pursuant to Section 1001 of this title on natural gas and/or casinghead gas to the Revenue Stabilization Fund created by Section 34.102 of Title 62 of the Oklahoma Statutes, the amount of revenue, if any, which exceeds the moving five-year average amount for gas as defined pursuant to paragraph 1 of subsection A of this section,

 

b.   until the apportionment to the General Revenue Fund equals the moving five-year average amount for gas as prescribed by paragraph 1 of subsection A of this section, eighty-five and seventy-two one-hundredths percent (85.72%) shall be paid to the State Treasurer of the state to be placed in the General Revenue Fund of the state and used for the general expense of state government, to be paid out pursuant to direct appropriation by the Legislature,

 

c.   before any other apportionment of revenue has been made pursuant to this paragraph, seven and fourteen one-hundredths percent (7.14%) of the sum collected from natural gas and/or casinghead gas shall be paid to the various county treasurers to be credited to the County Highway Fund as follows:  Each county shall receive a proportionate share of the funds available based upon the proportion of the total value of production from such county in the corresponding month of the preceding year, and

 

d.   before any other apportionment of revenue has been made pursuant to this paragraph, seven and fourteen one-hundredths percent (7.14%) shall be allocated to each county as provided for in subparagraph c of this paragraph and shall be apportioned, on an average daily attendance per capita distribution basis, as certified by the State Superintendent of Public Instruction to the school districts of the county where such pupils attend school regardless of residence of such pupil, provided the school district makes an ad valorem tax levy of fifteen (15) mills for the current year and maintains twelve (12) years of instruction;

 

3.  For all monies collected from the tax levied on natural gas and/or casinghead gas at a tax rate of four percent (4%) pursuant to the provisions of subsection B of Section 1001 of this title:

 

a.   after the total revenue apportioned to the General Revenue Fund as prescribed by subparagraph b of this paragraph equals the moving five-year average amount for gas as defined by paragraph 1 of subsection A of this section, there shall be apportioned from the gross production tax levy imposed pursuant to Section 1001 of this title on natural gas and/or casinghead gas to the Revenue Stabilization Fund created pursuant to Section 34.102 of Title 62 of the Oklahoma Statutes, the amount of revenue, if any, which exceeds the moving five-year average amount for gas as defined pursuant to paragraph 1 of subsection A of this section,

 

b.   until the apportionment to the General Revenue Fund equals the moving five-year average amount for gas as prescribed by paragraph 1 of subsection A of this section, seventy-five percent (75%) shall be paid to the State Treasurer of the state to be placed in the General Revenue Fund of the state and used for the general expense of state government, to be paid out pursuant to direct appropriation by the Legislature,

 

c.   before any other apportionment of revenue has been made pursuant to this paragraph, twelve and one-half percent (12.5%) of the sum collected from natural gas and/or casinghead gas shall be paid to the various county treasurers to be credited to the County Highway Fund as follows:  Each county shall receive a proportionate share of the funds available based upon the proportion of the total value of production from such county in the corresponding month of the preceding year, and

 

d.   before any other apportionment of revenue has been made pursuant to this paragraph, twelve and one-half percent (12.5%) shall be allocated to each county as provided for in subparagraph c of this paragraph and shall be apportioned, on an average daily attendance per capita distribution basis, as certified by the State Superintendent of Public Instruction to the school districts of the county where such pupils attend school regardless of residence of such pupil, provided the school district makes an ad valorem tax levy of fifteen (15) mills for the current year and maintains twelve (12) years of instruction;

 

4.  For all monies collected from the tax levied on natural gas and/or casinghead gas at a tax rate of one percent (1%) pursuant to the provisions of subsection B of Section 1001 of this title:

 

a.   fifty percent (50%) of the sum collected from natural gas and/or casinghead gas shall be paid to the various county treasurers to be credited to the County Highway Fund as follows:  Each county shall receive a proportionate share of the funds available based upon the proportion of the total value of production from such county in the corresponding month of the preceding year, and

 

b.   fifty percent (50%) shall be allocated to each county as provided for in subparagraph a of this paragraph and shall be apportioned, on an average daily attendance per capita distribution basis, as certified by the State Superintendent of Public Instruction to the school districts of the county where such pupils attend school regardless of residence of such pupil, provided the school district makes an ad valorem tax levy of fifteen (15) mills for the current year and maintains twelve (12) years of instruction;

 

5.  For all monies collected from the tax levied on natural gas and/or casinghead gas at a tax rate of two percent (2%) pursuant to the provisions of paragraph 3 of subsection B of Section 1001 of this title:

 

a.   after the total revenue apportioned to the General Revenue Fund as prescribed by subparagraph b of this paragraph equals the moving five-year average amount for gas as defined by paragraph 1 of subsection A of this section, there shall be apportioned from the gross production tax levy imposed pursuant to Section 1001 of this title on gas to the Revenue Stabilization Fund created by Section 34.102 of Title 62 of the Oklahoma Statutes, the amount of revenue, if any, which exceeds the moving five-year average amount for natural gas and/or casinghead gas as defined pursuant to paragraph 1 of subsection A of this section,

 

b.   until the apportionment to the General Revenue Fund equals the moving five-year average amount for gas as prescribed by paragraph 1 of subsection A of this section, fifty percent (50%) shall be paid to the State Treasurer to be placed in the General Revenue Fund of the state and used for the general expense of state government, to be paid out pursuant to direct appropriation by the Legislature,

 

c.   before any other apportionment of revenue has been made pursuant to this paragraph, twenty-five percent (25%) of the sum collected from natural gas and/or casinghead gas shall be paid to the various county treasurers to be credited to the County Highway Fund as follows:  Each county shall receive a proportionate share of the funds available based upon the proportion of the total value of production from such county in the corresponding month of the preceding year, and

 

d.   before any other apportionment of revenue has been made pursuant to this paragraph, twenty-five percent (25%) shall be allocated to each county as provided for in subparagraph c of this paragraph and shall be apportioned on an average daily attendance per capita distribution basis, as certified by the State Superintendent of Public Instruction, to the school districts of the county where such pupils attend school regardless of residence of such pupil, provided the school district makes an ad valorem tax levy of fifteen (15) mills for the current year and maintains twelve (12) years of instruction;

 

6.  For all monies collected from the tax levied on oil at a tax rate of seven percent (7%) pursuant to the provisions of subsection B of Section 1001 of this title:

 

a.   there shall be apportioned from the gross production tax levy imposed pursuant to Section 1001 of this title on oil to the Revenue Stabilization Fund created by Section 34.102 of Title 62 of the Oklahoma Statutes, after the applicable maximum amount prescribed by subsection C of this section has been deposited to the funds therein specified, the amount of revenue, if any, which would otherwise be apportioned to the General Revenue Fund and which exceeds the moving five-year average amount for oil as defined pursuant to paragraph 2 of subsection A of this section,

 

b.   before any other apportionment of revenue has been made pursuant to this paragraph, twenty-five and seventy-two one-hundredths percent (25.72%) shall be paid to the State Treasurer to be placed in the Common Education Technology Revolving Fund created in Section 34.90 of Title 62 of the Oklahoma Statutes,

 

c.   before any other apportionment of revenue has been made pursuant to this paragraph, twenty-five and seventy-two one-hundredths percent (25.72%) shall be paid to the State Treasurer to be placed in the Higher Education Capital Revolving Fund created in Section 34.91 of Title 62 of the Oklahoma Statutes,

 

d.   before any other apportionment of revenue has been made pursuant to this paragraph, twenty-five and seventy-two one-hundredths percent (25.72%) shall be paid to the State Treasurer to be placed in the Oklahoma Student Aid Revolving Fund created in Section 34.92 of Title 62 of the Oklahoma Statutes,

 

e.   before any other apportionment of revenue has been made pursuant to this paragraph, three and seven hundred forty-five one-thousandths percent (3.745%) shall be distributed to the various counties of the state for deposit into the County Bridge and Road Improvement Fund of each county based on a formula developed by the Department of Transportation and approved by the Department of Transportation County Advisory Board created pursuant to Section 302.1 of Title 69 of the Oklahoma Statutes to be used for the purposes set forth in the County Bridge and Road Improvement Act.  The formula shall be similar to the formula currently used for the distribution of monies in the County Bridge Program funds, but shall also take into consideration the effect of the terrain and traffic volume as related to county road improvement and maintenance costs,

 

f.   before any other apportionment of revenue has been made pursuant to this paragraph, four and twenty-eight one-hundredths percent (4.28%) shall be paid to the State Treasurer to be apportioned to:

 

(1)  the following sources and in the following amounts through the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 2027:

 

(a)  thirty-three and one-third percent (33 1/3%) to the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department Capital Expenditure Revolving Fund created pursuant to Section 2254.1 of Title 74 of the Oklahoma Statutes,

 

(b)  thirty-three and one-third percent (33 1/3%) to the Oklahoma Conservation Commission Infrastructure Revolving Fund created pursuant to Section 3-2-110 of Title 27A of the Oklahoma Statutes, and

 

(c)  thirty-three and one-third percent (33 1/3%) to the Community Water Infrastructure Development Revolving Fund created pursuant to Section 1085.7A of Title 82 of the Oklahoma Statutes, and

 

(2)  the Oklahoma Water Resources Board Rural Economic Action Plan Water Projects Fund for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2022 2027, and for each fiscal year thereafter,

 

g.   before any other apportionment of revenue has been made pursuant to this paragraph, seven and fourteen one-hundredths percent (7.14%) of the sum collected from oil shall be paid to the various county treasurers, to be credited to the County Highway Fund as follows:  Each county shall receive a proportionate share of the funds available based upon the proportion of the total value of production from such county in the corresponding month of the preceding year,

 

h.   before any other apportionment of revenue has been made pursuant to this paragraph, seven and fourteen one-hundredths percent (7.14%) shall be allocated to each county as provided in subparagraph g of this paragraph and shall be apportioned, on an average daily attendance per capita distribution basis, as certified by the State Superintendent of Public Instruction, to the school districts of the county where such pupils attend school regardless of residence of such pupil, provided the school district makes an ad valorem tax levy of fifteen (15) mills for the current year and maintains twelve (12) years of instruction, and

 

i.   before any other apportionment of revenue has been made pursuant to this paragraph, five hundred thirty-five one-thousandths percent (0.535%) of the levy shall be transmitted by the Oklahoma Tax Commission to the Statewide Circuit Engineering District Revolving Fund as created in Section 687.2 of Title 69 of the Oklahoma Statutes;

 

7.  For all monies collected from the tax levied on oil at a tax rate of four percent (4%) pursuant to the provisions of subsection B of Section 1001 of this title:

 

a.   there shall be apportioned from the gross production tax levy imposed pursuant to Section 1001 of this title on oil to the Revenue Stabilization Fund created by Section 34.102 of Title 62 of the Oklahoma Statutes, after the applicable maximum amount prescribed by subsection C of this section has been deposited to the funds therein specified, the amount of revenue, if any, which would otherwise be apportioned to the General Revenue Fund and which exceeds the moving five-year average amount for oil as defined pursuant to paragraph 2 of subsection A of this section,

 

b.   before any other apportionment of revenue has been made pursuant to this paragraph, twenty-two and one-half percent (22.5%) shall be paid to the State Treasurer to be placed in the Common Education Technology Revolving Fund created in Section 34.90 of Title 62 of the Oklahoma Statutes,

 

c.   before any other apportionment of revenue has been made pursuant to this paragraph, twenty-two and one-half percent (22.5%) shall be paid to the State Treasurer to be placed in the Higher Education Capital Revolving Fund created in Section 34.91 of Title 62 of the Oklahoma Statutes,

 

d.   before any other apportionment of revenue has been made pursuant to this paragraph, twenty-two and one-half percent (22.5%) shall be paid to the State Treasurer to be placed in the Oklahoma Student Aid Revolving Fund created in Section 34.92 of Title 62 of the Oklahoma Statutes,

 

e.   before any other apportionment of revenue has been made pursuant to this paragraph, three and twenty-eight one-hundredths percent (3.28%) shall be distributed to the various counties of the state for deposit into the County Bridge and Road Improvement Fund of each county based on a formula developed by the Department of Transportation and approved by the Department of Transportation County Advisory Board created pursuant to Section 302.1 of Title 69 of the Oklahoma Statutes to be used for the purposes set forth in the County Bridge and Road Improvement Act.  The formula shall be similar to the formula currently used for the distribution of monies in the County Bridge Program funds, but shall also take into consideration the effect of the terrain and traffic volume as related to county road improvement and maintenance costs,

 

f.   before any other apportionment of revenue has been made pursuant to this paragraph, three and seventy-five one-hundredths percent (3.75%) shall be paid to the State Treasurer to be apportioned to:

 

(1)  the following sources and in the following amounts through the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 2027:

 

(a)  thirty-three and one-third percent (33 1/3%) to the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department Capital Expenditure Revolving Fund created pursuant to Section 2254.1 of Title 74 of the Oklahoma Statutes,

 

(b)  thirty-three and one-third percent (33 1/3%) to the Oklahoma Conservation Commission Infrastructure Revolving Fund created pursuant to Section 3-2-110 of Title 27A of the Oklahoma Statutes, and

 

(c)  thirty-three and one-third percent (33 1/3%) to the Community Water Infrastructure Development Revolving Fund created pursuant to Section 1085.7A of Title 82 of the Oklahoma Statutes, and

 

(2)  the Oklahoma Water Resources Board Rural Economic Action Plan Water Projects Fund for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2022 2027, and for each fiscal year thereafter,

 

g.   before any other apportionment of revenue has been made pursuant to this paragraph, twelve and one-half percent (12.5%) of the sum collected from oil shall be paid to the various county treasurers, to be credited to the County Highway Fund as follows:  Each county shall receive a proportionate share of the funds available based upon the proportion of the total value of production from such county in the corresponding month of the preceding year,

 

h.   before any other apportionment of revenue has been made pursuant to this paragraph, twelve and one-half percent (12.5%) shall be allocated to each county as provided in subparagraph g of this paragraph and shall be apportioned on an average daily attendance per capita distribution basis, as certified by the State Superintendent of Public Instruction, to the school districts of the county where such pupils attend school regardless of residence of such pupil, provided the school district makes an ad valorem tax levy of fifteen (15) mills for the current year and maintains twelve (12) years of instruction, and

 

i.   before any other apportionment of revenue has been made pursuant to this paragraph, forty-seven one-hundredths percent (0.47%) of the levy shall be transmitted by the Tax Commission to the Statewide Circuit Engineering District Revolving Fund as created in Section 687.2 of Title 69 of the Oklahoma Statutes;

 

8.  For all monies collected from the tax levied on oil at a tax rate of one percent (1%) pursuant to the provisions of subsection B of Section 1001 of this title:

 

a.   fifty percent (50%) of the sum collected shall be paid to the various county treasurers, to be credited to the County Highway Fund as follows:  Each county shall receive a proportionate share of the funds available based upon the proportion of the total value of production from such county in the corresponding month of the preceding year, and

 

b.   fifty percent (50%) shall be allocated to each county as provided for in subparagraph a of this paragraph and shall be apportioned on an average daily attendance per capita distribution basis, as certified by the State Superintendent of Public Instruction, to the school districts of the county where such pupils attend school regardless of residence of such pupil, provided the school district makes an ad valorem tax levy of fifteen (15) mills for the current year and maintains twelve (12) years of instruction;

 

9.  For all monies collected from the tax levied on oil at a tax rate of two percent (2%) pursuant to the provisions of paragraph 3 of subsection B of Section 1001 of this title:

 

a.   there shall be apportioned from the gross production tax levy imposed pursuant to Section 1001 of this title on oil to the Revenue Stabilization Fund created by Section 34.102 of Title 62 of the Oklahoma Statutes, the amount of revenue, if any, which exceeds the moving five-year average amount for oil as defined pursuant to paragraph 2 of subsection A of this section,

 

b.   until the apportionment to the General Revenue Fund equals the moving five-year average amount for oil as prescribed by paragraph 2 of subsection A of this section, fifty percent (50%) shall be paid to the State Treasurer to be placed in the General Revenue Fund of the state and used for the general expense of state government, to be paid out pursuant to direct appropriation by the Legislature,

 

c.   before any other apportionment of revenue has been made pursuant to this paragraph, twenty-five percent (25%) of the sum collected from oil shall be paid to the various county treasurers, to be credited to the County Highway Fund as follows:  Each county shall receive a proportionate share of the funds available based upon the proportion of the total value of production from such county in the corresponding month of the preceding year, and

 

d.   before any other apportionment of revenue has been made pursuant to this paragraph, twenty-five percent (25%) shall be allocated to each county as provided in subparagraph c of this paragraph and shall be apportioned on an average daily attendance per capita distribution basis, as certified by the State Superintendent of Public Instruction, to the school districts of the county where such pupils attend school regardless of residence of such pupil, provided the school district makes an ad valorem tax levy of fifteen (15) mills for the current year and maintains twelve (12) years of instruction;

 

10.  On or after June 28, 2018, the gross production tax levied on natural gas or casinghead gas at the rate of five percent (5%) provided for in paragraph 3 of subsection B of Section 1001 of this title shall be apportioned as follows:

 

a.   after the total revenue apportioned to the General Revenue Fund as prescribed by subparagraph b of this paragraph equals the moving five-year average amount for gas as defined by paragraph 1 of subsection A of this section, there shall be apportioned from the gross production tax levy imposed pursuant to Section 1001 of this title on natural gas and/or casinghead gas to the Revenue Stabilization Fund created pursuant to Section 34.102 of Title 62 of the Oklahoma Statutes, the amount of revenue, if any, which exceeds the moving five-year average amount for gas as defined pursuant to paragraph 1 of subsection A of this section,

 

b.   until the apportionment to the General Revenue Fund equals the moving five-year average amount for gas as prescribed by paragraph 1 of subsection A of this section, eighty percent (80%) shall be paid to the State Treasurer of the state to be placed in the General Revenue Fund of the state and used for the general expense of state government, to be paid out pursuant to direct appropriation by the Legislature,

 

c.   before any other apportionment of revenue has been made pursuant to this paragraph, ten percent (10%) of the sum collected from natural gas and/or casinghead gas shall be paid to the various county treasurers to be credited to the County Highway Fund as follows:  Each county shall receive a proportionate share of the funds available based upon the proportion of the total value of production from such county in the corresponding month of the preceding year, and

 

d.   before any other apportionment of revenue has been made pursuant to this paragraph, ten percent (10%) shall be allocated to each county as provided for in subparagraph c of this paragraph and shall be apportioned, on an average daily attendance per capita distribution basis, as certified by the State Superintendent of Public Instruction to the school districts of the county where such pupils attend school regardless of residence of such pupil, provided the school district makes an ad valorem tax levy of fifteen (15) mills for the current year and maintains twelve (12) years of instruction; and

 

11.  On or after June 28, 2018, the gross production tax on oil levied at the rate of five percent (5%) provided for in paragraph 3 of subsection B of Section 1001 of this title shall be apportioned as follows:

 

a.   there shall be apportioned from the gross production tax levy imposed pursuant to Section 1001 of this title on oil to the Revenue Stabilization Fund created by Section 34.102 of Title 62 of the Oklahoma Statutes, after the applicable maximum amount prescribed by subsection C of this section has been deposited to the funds therein specified, the amount of revenue, if any, which would otherwise be apportioned to the General Revenue Fund and which exceeds the moving five-year average amount for oil as defined pursuant to paragraph 2 of subsection A of this section,

 

b.   before any other apportionment of revenue has been made pursuant to this paragraph, twenty-three and seventy-five one-hundredths percent (23.75%) shall be paid to the State Treasurer to be placed in the Common Education Technology Revolving Fund created in Section 34.90 of Title 62 of the Oklahoma Statutes,

 

c.   before any other apportionment of revenue has been made pursuant to this paragraph, twenty-three and seventy-five one-hundredths percent (23.75%) shall be paid to the State Treasurer to be placed in the Higher Education Capital Revolving Fund created in Section 34.91 of Title 62 of the Oklahoma Statutes,

 

d.   before any other apportionment of revenue has been made pursuant to this paragraph, twenty-three and seventy-five one-hundredths percent (23.75%) shall be paid to the State Treasurer to be placed in the Oklahoma Student Aid Revolving Fund created in Section 34.92 of Title 62 of the Oklahoma Statutes,

 

e.   before any other apportionment of revenue has been made pursuant to this paragraph, three and twenty-eight one-hundredths percent (3.28%) shall be distributed to the various counties of the state for deposit into the County Bridge and Road Improvement Fund of each county based on a formula developed by the Department of Transportation and approved by the Department of Transportation County Advisory Board created pursuant to Section 302.1 of Title 69 of the Oklahoma Statutes to be used for the purposes set forth in the County Bridge and Road Improvement Act.  The formula shall be similar to the formula currently used for the distribution of monies in the County Bridge Program funds, but shall also take into consideration the effect of the terrain and traffic volume as related to county road improvement and maintenance costs,

 

f.   before any other apportionment of revenue has been made pursuant to this paragraph, five percent (5%) shall be paid to the State Treasurer to be apportioned to:

 

(1)  the following sources and in the following amounts through the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 2027:

 

(a)  thirty-three and one-third percent (33 1/3%) to the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department Capital Expenditure Revolving Fund created pursuant to Section 2254.1 of Title 74 of the Oklahoma Statutes,

 

(b)  thirty-three and one-third percent (33 1/3%) to the Oklahoma Conservation Commission Infrastructure Revolving Fund created pursuant to Section 3-2-110 of Title 27A of the Oklahoma Statutes, and

 

(c)  thirty-three and one-third percent (33 1/3%) to the Community Water Infrastructure Development Revolving Fund created pursuant to Section 1085.7A of Title 82 of the Oklahoma Statutes, and

 

(2)  the Oklahoma Water Resources Board Rural Economic Action Plan Water Projects Fund for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2022 2027, and for each fiscal year thereafter,

 

g.   before any other apportionment of revenue has been made pursuant to this paragraph, ten percent (10%) of the sum collected from oil shall be paid to the various county treasurers, to be credited to the County Highway Fund as follows:  Each county shall receive a proportionate share of the funds available based upon the proportion of the total value of production from such county in the corresponding month of the preceding year,

 

h.   before any other apportionment of revenue has been made pursuant to this paragraph, ten percent (10%) shall be allocated to each county as provided in subparagraph g of this paragraph and shall be apportioned on an average daily attendance per capita distribution basis, as certified by the State Superintendent of Public Instruction, to the school districts of the county where such pupils attend school regardless of residence of such pupil, provided the school district makes an ad valorem tax levy of fifteen (15) mills for the current year and maintains twelve (12) years of instruction, and

 

i.   before any other apportionment of revenue has been made pursuant to this paragraph, forty-seven one-hundredths percent (0.47%) of the levy shall be transmitted by the Tax Commission to the Statewide Circuit Engineering District Revolving Fund as created in Section 687.2 of Title 69 of the Oklahoma Statutes.

 

C.  Provided, notwithstanding any other provision of this section, the total amounts deposited to the Common Education Technology Revolving Fund, the Higher Education Capital Revolving Fund, the Oklahoma Student Aid Revolving Fund, the Rural Economic Action Plan Water Projects Fund, the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department Capital Expenditure Revolving Fund, the Oklahoma Conservation Commission Infrastructure Revolving Fund and the Community Water Infrastructure Development Revolving Fund pursuant to paragraphs 6, 7 and 11 of subsection B of this section shall not exceed One Hundred Fifty Million Dollars ($150,000,000.00) in any fiscal year.  Except as otherwise provided in this subsection, all sums in excess of One Hundred Fifty Million Dollars ($150,000,000.00) in any fiscal year which would otherwise be deposited in such funds shall be apportioned by the Oklahoma Tax Commission to the General Revenue Fund of the state.

 

SECTION 2.  This act shall become effective July 1, 2022.

 

SECTION 3.  It being immediately necessary for the preservation of the public peace, health or safety, an emergency is hereby declared to exist, by reason whereof this act shall take effect and be in full force from and after its passage and approval.

 

Passed the House of Representatives the 21st day of March, 2022.

 

 

 

                            

                                   Presiding Officer of the House

                                               of Representatives

 

 

Passed the Senate the 26th day of April, 2022.

 

 

 

                             

                                  Presiding Officer of the Senate

 

 

 

OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

Received by the Office of the Governor this ____________________ day of ___________________, 20_______, at _______ o'clock _______ M.

By: _________________________________

Approved by the Governor of the State of Oklahoma this _________ day of ___________________, 20_______, at _______ o'clock _______ M.

 

 

                                  _________________________________

                                  Governor of the State of Oklahoma

 

OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE

Received by the Office of the Secretary of State this __________ day of ___________________, 20_______, at _______ o'clock _______ M.

By: _________________________________

 

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