We monitor and engage on policies with the potential to impact your business and our state’s economy.
Our positions are informed by research and input from our members through policy committees, the Council of Advisors and the Board of Directors. In order to effectively advocate on your behalf at the State Capitol, we do the work to learn what policies matter the most to the business community.
To learn more about policy areas of focus and our committees, click on the specific policy.
Click to view The State Chamber’s 2023 Legislative Agenda
Rewarding Schools for Student Readiness: SB 531
Removing Roadblocks to Obtaining a CDL: HB 2750 CDL
Putting an End to Oklahoma’s Unfair Franchise Tax: HB 2695
Childcare, Foundational for Oklahoma’s Economy and Workforce: HB 2451
Make Oklahoma’s Tax Code Competitive: HB 1375
Success at the Capitol
Through our effective lobbying efforts, contributions from our large member network and strong strategic partnerships, the State Chamber is a powerful force at the State Capitol.
See some of our recent successes where we convert policy ideas into legislative results for the business community.
About the State Chamber
What is the State Chamber?
Established in 1926, The State Chamber is a statewide membership organization. Our purpose is to be the unified voice of business and the most effective advocacy organization at the State Capitol. Every day, The State Chamber fights for Oklahoma’s future by defending the right of every business to thrive.
What is the State Chamber Research Foundation?
General Contact Information
P O Box 53217 | Oklahoma City, OK 73152-3217
330 NE 10th Street | Oklahoma City, OK 73104
Note: We cannot receive mail at our physical address, so please send all correspondence to the PO Box shown above
(405) 235-3669 Phone | (405) 235-3670 Fax
Why become a member?
The State Chamber of Oklahoma is a powerful force in advancing policies that benefit Oklahoma and its business community. When you join the State Chamber, you gain a strong partner and advocate at the State Capitol.
Membership offers opportunities for networking with businesses and policymakers influencing issues affecting your company. In addition, the State Chamber is the only entity that advocates for companies across the entire state.