The State Chamber of Oklahoma, the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber and the Tulsa Regional Chamber announced their joint legislative agenda for the 2020 session.
The agenda covers issue areas and policies agreed upon by the chambers related to economic development, workforce development, education, health care, transportation and more.
“This joint agenda makes the priorities of the business community clear,” said Mike Neal, president and CEO of the Tulsa Regional Chamber. “It is the result of our strong relationship with the State Chamber of Oklahoma and the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce, and we look forward to advocating alongside them at the state Capitol.”
“We stand united with the Tulsa and Oklahoma City chambers on these policies and believe they are vital to continuing Oklahoma’s turnaround this session,” said Fred Morgan, State Chamber president and CEO. “Together, we’ll advocate to ensure that these crucial policies are implemented to grow the business community and expand opportunity in Oklahoma.”
“The Greater Oklahoma City Chamber is pleased to work with the State Chamber of Oklahoma and the Tulsa Regional Chamber to create a stronger business climate in our region and the state,” said Roy H. Williams, president and CEO of the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber. “With the engagement of our members, we will work with legislators to address issues that affect the day-to-day operations and long-term viability of Oklahoma companies.”
All three chambers will be lobbying for these issues and more at the state Capitol during the 2020 legislative session.
To view the full joint agenda, click here.