Mass incarceration has been Oklahoma’s favorite method for dealing with social problems, but it only makes those problems worse and the state poorer.
Nearly 150 business leaders recently gathered at Vast for a Chamber-sponsored update on the recent legislative session and State Question 788, the so-called medical marijuana question.
The Greater Oklahoma City Chamber recently released its Legislative Scorecard, a way to identify elected officials' votes on issues that are important to the business community.
SQ 788 is a so-called medical marijuana bill that would potentially prevent employers from operating a drug-free workplace.
Leadership from Oklahoma State Senate and House of Representatives were on hand to discuss the challenges state lawmakers will face this session.
Recent high-impact location decisions in the aero industry were made because of our overall business cost environment - of which certain incentives are a part.
The Central Oklahoma justice reform organization created by the Chamber has been accepted into the National Network of Criminal Justice Coordinating Councils.
SB 1212 would have impaired the rights of business and property owners while making it easier for dangerous individuals to carry loaded handguns in public places.