Senate Committee to Study Why Oklahoman’s are Not Returning to Work

Beverly Cantrell - September 20, 2021 12:40 pm

According to a press release, the Senate Business, Commerce and Tourism Committee is conducting a study to exam roadblocks that are keeping Oklahomans from returning to work during the pandemic.

The study was requested by Sen. Carri Hicks (D-Oklahoma City) and will take place Tuesday, Sept. 21 at 9:30 a.m.

The agenda of presenters can be viewed by clicking here.

The press release discloses that due to social distancing, seating inside the committee will be limited, so the event will be live-streamed. You can watch the live stream tomorrow by clicking this link.

 

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