A Brighter Future for Oklahoma

We ask for your vote on the last three state questions as we seek a better government with greater stability and a brighter future for Oklahoma. Read More >>

State Chamber of Oklahoma Launches Association Health Plan

The State Chamber of Oklahoma is excited to announce the launch of an association health plan, Oklahoma Chamber Blue, which will be available to small businesses with 2-50 employees. Read More >>

State Chamber Announces New Members of Board

Since June, the State Chamber has added four new members to its Board of Directors. Read More >>

Workers’ Comp Reforms Bring Savings for Fifth Consecutive Year

State Chamber of Oklahoma released the following statement after the National Council on Compensation Insurance filed an overall loss cost level decrease of 2.3 percent for next year. Read More >>

Welcome to the Age of Agility

Technology changed the way we all interact. The school-to-work pipeline needs to be redefined, and the business community must lead the effort. Read More >>

State Chamber of Oklahoma Statement on GPT Hike

Due to recent conversations around increasing the gross production tax, the State Chamber of Oklahoma President and CEO, Fred Morgan, released the following statement.... Read More >>

Greater flexibility for funding education

If passed on the November ballot, State Question 801 would give local school districts greater flexibility to use existing property tax revenue for operational needs and expenses, including teacher pay and textbooks. Read More >>

State Chamber of Oklahoma and State Chamber Research Foundation Comment on the Placement of SQ 800

The State Chamber of Oklahoma and the State Chamber Research Foundation released statements today following the placement of State Question 800 on the ballot. Read More >>

State Chamber of Oklahoma Endorses Overseas Veteran

The State Chamber of Oklahoma announced its endorsement of Jay Steagall for the Republican runoff election for Oklahoma’s State House District 43. Read More >>

Government accountability a must

While members of the Legislature should ensure tax revenue is used properly and efficiently, their power is limited. It becomes the responsibility of agency executives to maximize the value of the tax dollars entrusted to them. Read More >>