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Tulsa looks to tackle $10 million budget shortfall

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TULSA, Okla. — The day after Dewey Bartlett Jr. won a second term as Tulsa mayor last year, he was asked about the estimated $6.4 million budget shortfall the city was dealing with at the time. Bartlett replied then that he thought Oklahoma's second-largest city could manage its way out of the deficit hole through shrewd budgeting, a hiring freeze and consolidating various city-owned...

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