The Oklahoma House of Representatives unanimously passed Senate Bill 249, a measure that will provide relief in response to the May 2013 tornadoes.[continue reading...]
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- Monumental Workers Comp Reform Moves Forward In House Committee
- Lawmakers Pass Resolution Urging Congress to Stop the HIT
- Speaker T.W. Shannon Calls for Moratorium on Fees
- Small-Business Owner Confidence Improves A Bit
- Senate approves income tax reform bill
- Measure to Reduce State Income Tax Passes House
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Beginning in 2014, the HIT will cost small businesses and their employees $102 billion in the first 10 years, and $208 billion over the next 10 years
The Oklahoma office of the National Federation of Independent Business today announced the creation of “Scholarships to Success” presented by NFIB Young Entrepreneur Foundation and the Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation.
The House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed a measure that would place a moratorium on the fees Oklahomans pay to state agencies for services. House Bill 1914, by Oklahoma House Speaker T.W. Shannon, would place a moratorium on all agencies and prohibit them from creating new fees or increasing current fees through Jan. 1, 2016.
BNSF will begin testing a small number of locomotives using liquefied natural gas (LNG) as an alternative fuel later this year, as will be announced by Matthew K. Rose, BNSF chairman and CEO at the CERAWeek conference on March 6.