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Sometimes it’s the smaller, less exotic bills that have the most impact on Oklahomans. Such is the case this year with the passage of House Bill 2253 by Rep. Randy McDaniel and Sen. Dan Newberry, which reverses a decision made by the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission to not publish or maintain a...

Event includes Champion of Free Enterprise Awards and best-selling author Kelly McDonald

Oklahoma City (June 15, 2016) – Today, more than 500 people attended the State Chamber of Oklahoma’s Annual Meeting at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City. The meeting featured the installment of a new Chairman of the State Chamber Board of Directors, presentation of Champion of Free...

The 2016 legislative session is over and while it was one of the most challenging sessions for the business community I can remember, the end result was more positive than negative. But we can already see that next session will involve many of the same battles.

Bill makes testing relevant, scores comparable to students in other states

Oklahoma City (May 25, 2016) – The tests Oklahoma students take will give a more accurate picture of where our students are performing in relation to each other, and with those around the country under a bill now headed to the governor’s desk. House Bill 3218, which is the culmination...

Bill modernizes sales tax code, treats all retailers the same

Oklahoma City (May 12, 2016) – A bill that levels the playing field for local retailers is on its way to the governor for her signature. The House accepted the Senate amendments to House Bill 2531, closing a loophole in Oklahoma’s sales tax law so that Oklahoma retailers and those online are treated the same.


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