A bill called the Pay-As-You-Go Infrastructure Plan is on its way to Governor Fallin's desk.
It allows state agencies to sell-off unused or under-utilized buildings and properties.
Representative Jason Murpehy of Guthrie says proceeds would go into a fund managed by the State Finance Office. The money could be used to repair the aging State Capitol and other state government buildings.
"A one-time fix without the issuance of debt. And better yet, a one-time fix without the issuance of debt and a long-term solution for the other buildings that so badly need help, as well."
Critics, like Representative Richard Morrisette of Oklahoma City, say it gives too much authority to the State Finance Office and amounts to "empire building."
But the bill passed the House 74 to 23 on Wednesday. It was co-authored by House Speaker T.W Shannon and Senate President Pro Tempore Brian Bingman.
(Rep. Jason Murphey, (R) - Guthrie.)
(Rep. Richard Morrisette, (D) - Oklahoma City.)