Oklahoma has been one of the scores of states advocating for legal changes that would allow governments to require sales tax remittance from companies with no physical location in the jurisdiction.
Eight candidates filed to run in the Aug. 28 primary special election to represent Ward 7 on the Oklahoma City Council.
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.
Hopefully we donít have to tell you how important it is to exercise your right to vote and, luckily, you will have the opportunity to do so on Tuesday, June 26.
SQ 788 is a so-called medical marijuana bill that would potentially prevent employers from operating a drug-free workplace.
Addition of Sunday bus service drew enthusiastic reviews Tuesday as the Oklahoma City Council adopted a record $1.57 billion budget for 2018-19.
The Oklahoma City Council voted Tuesday to appoint Ward 7 Planning Commissioner Lee E. Cooper Jr. as the interim representative for the vacated Ward 7 Council seat.