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The State Chamber supports Mega Project Legislation

The incentive structures our state leaders put in place over a decade ago worked well for the economy of the past decade, but we must be able to offer more competitive packages to attract the economic development projects of today and the future.
Governor Stitt’s comments today reinforce the importance of strong incentive packages, ensuring Oklahoma’s rural and urban communities alike have the tools they need to be in the ballgame, not stranded on the bench watching other states win big. The State Chamber supports policies that will bolster the state’s ability to compete for large-scale projects that bring jobs, upskilling opportunities and economic growth to the state.

Chad Warmington
President & CEO

Mr. Warmington is available for on-camera interviews today, April 18.

About the State Chamber
The State Chamber is the guardian of business in Oklahoma. We work on behalf of our members, the Oklahoma business community, to affect change across all three branches of government to create a pro-growth climate statewide. The State Chamber leverages meaningful partnerships, resources and coalitions to strengthen Oklahoma’s economy and support businesses of all sizes. For more information, please visit


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