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|Tax||Amount (in dollars)||Percent of Total||Percent Change from 2017|
|Motor Vehicle Sales/Rental Taxes||4,973,441,058||4.1||9.7|
|Motor Fuels Taxes||3,674,996,627||3.1||2.5|
|Natural Gas Production Tax||1,431,106,198||1.2||45.6|
|Cigarette and Tobacco Taxes||1,320,539,530||1.1||(13.3)|
|Alcoholic Beverages Taxes||1,291,988,533||1.1||6.1|
|Oil Production Tax||3,391,517,599||2.8||60.9|
|Ad Valorem (Property) Tax||N/A||0.0||0.0|
|Revenue Source||Amount||Percent of Total||Percent Change from 2017|
|Licenses,Fees,Permits,Fines and Penalties||6,477,380,162||5.4||(37.6)|
|State Health Service Fees and Rebates||7,598,885,950||6.3||0.0|
|Interest and Investment Income||1,849,033,498||1.5||9.3|
|Net Lottery Proceeds||2,228,779,118||1.9||8.5|
|Sales of Goods and Services||285,145,913||0.2||(7.5)|
|Settlements of Claims||544,138,355||0.5||3.2|
|Contributions to Employee Benefits||0.0||0.0|
|Other Revenue Sources||3,281,588,448||2.7||(49.8)|
|Total Other Sources||64,580,844,020||53.7||4.9|
Totals may not sum due to rounding.
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