Oklahoma bill praised for attracting top aviation engineers

04/20/2009 | Norman Transcript (Okla.), The

The director of the Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission said a bill passed by the state Legislature last year will make Oklahoma's aviation and aerospace industry more attractive to engineers. The bill, called the Oklahoma Aerospace Engineering Industry bill, provides $5,000 in tax credits for five years to engineers to come to the state to work for an aviation firm.

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