“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."
The Chamber recently released its playbook of the public policy priorities it will pursue at the Oklahoma State Capitol this session.
As the voice of the business community, the Chamber advocates for pro-business legislation at the Capitol.
Oklahoma County Jail population has shown a marked decrease.
By being more intentional about the use of the jail, Oklahoma County has achieved real change in just a few years, reducing the average daily jail population by over 30 percent since 2015.
Congresswoman Kendra Horn was the keynote speaker at the Chamber's annual Chairman's Breakfast. She commended the Chamber for its work on criminal justice reform.
The Department of Public Safety, Innovate Oklahoma and IDEMIA are hosting a webinar about the Mobile ID progam.
Businesses are placing “No firearms allowed” stickers on their doors in response to HB2597, which took effect this month.