Oklahoma tax deduction still available for college savings


 Oklahoma City (June 22, 2020) With this year's tax deadline extended,
    State Treasurer Randy McDaniel wants to remind Oklahomans that there is
    still time for a 2019 state income tax deduction by investing in their
    children or grandchildren's higher education.

    The deadline to file 2019 state and federal income taxes is Wednesday,
    July 15, and contributions made to an Oklahoma 529 College Savings Plan
    (OCSP) account through that date are eligible.

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Senate Minutes with Senator Chuck Hall

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Logan County Receives Funds to Supplement Emergency Food and Shelter Programs

Logan County nonprofits and government agencies providing emergency food and shelter program are urged to apply for funding by June 24. The Emergency Food and Shelter National Board selected Logan County to receive $5,638 in funding to supplement emergency food and shelter programs, as well as an additional $23,907 in funding through the recently passed Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act.