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Governor Fallin, ODOT to be commended for addressing transportation needs

Oklahoma City (August 26, 2014) – Today’s announcement that the Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT) will be addressing a backlog of railroad crossing improvements around the state is welcome news to the business community. The plan will address more than 300 crossings in the state with an infrastructure investment of $100-million.

“For many years, Oklahoma faced a mountain of deficient bridges and dangerous rail crossings,” said State Chamber of Oklahoma President...

Jonathan Buxton, VP of Policy Development and Government AffairsFor more than 19 years, workers compensation in Oklahoma was broken. It was failing injured workers, costing employers too much and enriching attorneys. Prior legislatures and governors attempted to repair this broken system, but nothing seemed to work. Until last year, when Gov. Mary Fallin and the Oklahoma...

Fred Morgan, President and CEOBipartisan support of Quality Jobs shows lawmakers recognize its importance

Oklahoma City (July 23, 2014) – State Chamber of Oklahoma President & CEO Fred Morgan released the following statement about the Quality Jobs program:

“Since its creation over 20 years ago...

Fred Morgan, President and CEO


On Sept. 28-30, the State Chamber of Oklahoma will, for the first time in its 88-year history, host the annual meeting of the Council of State Chambers in Oklahoma City.

Joining this dynamic national association of state chamber presidents and CEOs will be their policy, marketing and communications vice presidents...

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