Oklahoma’s legislators are busy meeting at the capitol right now and the Chamber has a presence there as well. From transportation to education, we have bills we’re watching. Read about what we’re trying to accomplish this year.
There are two local questions on the March 3 ballot, as well as the presidential primary. What will be on your ballot? Read more about who gets to vote on what questions and take heed to get your absentee ballot if you need one.
Sustainable funding, bridge improvement, transit funding, Heartland Flyer & RTA support among Chamber’s Transportation legislative priorities
The Chamber recently released its legislative agenda for 2020. Get more details on our Transportation legislative priorities for the 2020 session.
You might be familiar with the song, “I’m just a bill,” so you have a basic knowledge of how federal government works. But how does government work in Oklahoma City? It could be different than your last hometown. Read up on who you could contact if you want to make your voice heard.
Long-term, strategic funding; higher ed reform & investment among Chamber’s Education & Workforce Development legislative priorities
The Chamber recently released its legislative agenda for 2020. Get more details on our Education & Workforce development priorities for the 2020 session.
Northbound and southbound I-235 will be closed between N. 50th St. and N. 63rd St. The closure will begin at 7 p.m. Friday, Jan. 31, after the evening rush-hour and is expected to reopen no later than 6 a.m. Monday, Feb. 3, weather permitting.
Local census takers must get a head start while the frozen ground allows easier access to remote areas with unique accessibility challenges.