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State, Oklahoma City and Tulsa Chambers Announce Joint Legislative Agenda

The State Chamber of Oklahoma, the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber and the Tulsa Regional Chamber announced today their joint legislative agenda for the 2020 session. Read More >>





State Chamber of Oklahoma statement on Senate Bill 608 ruling

After the Oklahoma Supreme Court ruled Senate Bill 608 unconstitutional, Fred Morgan, president and CEO of the State Chamber of Oklahoma, released the following statement. Read More >>





State Chamber of Oklahoma announces the business community’s legislative priorities for 2020

 The State Chamber of Oklahoma released today its 2020 legislative agenda, which it will use to guide its efforts at the state Capitol during the upcoming legislative session. Read More >>





All eyes on 2020

This can be the year that we witness truly transformational change in Oklahoma. Rest assured, Oklahoma’s business community is ready to lead the charge to move Oklahoma forward. Read More >>





State Chamber of Oklahoma welcomes new board members as legislative session set to begin

The State Chamber of Oklahoma announced today the appointment of several new members to its Board of Directors. Read More >>





‘Tis the Season

There’s a lot for the business community to be thankful for this year. And, there’s plenty of optimism for the year to come. Read More >>





Chad Warmington chosen as next President and CEO of the State Chamber of Oklahoma

The State Chamber of Oklahoma announced today that after a nationwide executive search, Chad Warmington has been chosen as its next President and CEO, effective February 1, 2020. Read More >>





A solution in search of a problem

There are plenty of issues we need to fix in Oklahoma: health care, education, workforce development, government, taxation, etc. But simply put, history shows that Oklahoma’s legislative redistricting process isn’t one of them. Read More >>





State Chamber of Oklahoma supports legal challenge to Oklahoma House Bill 2632

The State Chamber of Oklahoma announced today its support to a legal challenge of House Bill 2632, which was signed into law in May 2019. Due to the pending lawsuit, an agreement was reached on Nov. 5 to halt the implementation of certain provisions of the legislation. Read More >>





Just in time for Halloween

A recent survey conducted by the State Chamber Research Foundation for the OK2030 plan revealed some frightening results keeping business leaders up at night: the lack of access to a well-skilled workforce and the status of our state’s public education system. Read More >>