OUR VIEW: State Questions 757
The Nov. 2 election includes 11 state questions. The Daily will outline each question and form its opinion.
SQ 757 — We say: YES
If passed, SQ 757 would increase the amount of money taken from surplus revenue and put into the state’s savings account from 10 percent to 15 percent.
Money from the state’s surplus revenue is put in the Constitutional Reserve Fund, more commonly known as the Rainy Day Fund.
The measure would help cushion the impact of budget crises, such as the one Oklahoma is in right now. It’s a common sense measure everyone should support.