Greater OKC Chamber Point newsletter – Jan. 2017

I n December 2016, the Chamber’s board of directors adopted a comprehensive set of public policy priorities that are crucial to moving the Greater Oklahoma City region toward success. Below is an excerpt of the key priorities. Read the full list at Workers’ Comp Reform The Chamber supports defending and improving the comprehensive workers’ compensation reform legislation passed by the legislature and signed by Gov. Mary Fallin during the 2013 session. E conomic Development Programs The Chamber supports retaining the state’s premier economic/community development programs which are critical in attracting new businesses to the state, assisting existing companies expand and encouraging investment in communities across the state. The key programs the Chamber will work to protect are the Quality Jobs Act, 21st Century QJA, Small Employer QJA and the Prime Contractor QJA; the Aerospace Engineer Tax Credit; the Investment/New Jobs

Chamber Releases 2017 Legislative Priorities


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