The Chamber relies on its members to engage with legislators and help move the agenda of Oklahoma City’s growth forward.
The State Chamber of Oklahoma, the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber and the Tulsa Regional Chamber announced their joint legislative agenda for the 2020 session.
County gov't, justice, workers' comp reform; premier economic development programs among Chamber’s general legislative priorities
The Chamber recently released its legislative agenda for 2020. Get more details on our general government priorities.
“The 2020 Census is your census, and its success depends on you. It’s a once-in-a-decade chance to inform how billions of dollars in funding are allocated for critical public services like hospitals and health care clinics, schools and education programs, roads and bridges, and emergency response for the next 10 years."
Oklahoma Secretary of Commerce and Workforce Development Sean Kouplen and Executive Director of the Oklahoma Dept. Of Commerce Brent Kisling joined Chamber President Roy Williams to discuss the state's approach to economic development under the new Stitt administration at the April Chamber Forum.
When Gov. Kevin Stitt signed House Bill 2423 into law earlier this month, a new-to-Oklahoma class of incorporation was created, called a “benefit corporation.” The legislation takes effect in December.
More than 60 members of the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber traveled to D.C. recently to meet with members of OK’s Congressional delegation, leaders from the Pentagon and the administration. Topics ranged from the budget to defense, immigration and more.