The Bills


STOP JOB-KILLING BILLS

Contact your legislators and ask them to reject these job-killing bills that would weaken our state's economy and competitiveness. 

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HB 3109 hinders the growth of Oklahoma's aerospace industry by ending the Aerospace Engineering Tax Credit program effective immediately
Status: Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 3225 hinders economic development by ending in 2021 all exemptions and tax incentives that do not contain a sunset provision
Status: Author modified language to make bill more business-friendly; Passed in the House

SB 1036 caps the amount of funds available for a student in Oklahoma’s Promise, the state’s college tuition assistance program, by limiting access to the scholarship to two years
Status: Dead pursuant to the rules

SB 1279 damages Oklahoma economic development efforts by threatening the viability of tax increment finance (TIF) districts
Status: Defeated in committee

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HB 3711 will slash the reimbursement rate for refundable credit on wind by half
Status: Passed House Appropriations Committee 

SB 888 would also slash the reimbursement rate for refundable credit on wind
Status: Passed House Appropriations Committee 

HB 3710 caps the wind tax credit at $35 million
Status: Passed House Appropriations Committee 

SB 1460 increases taxes on workers’ compensation losses for insurers & self-insured companies
Status: Dead pursuant to the rules

SB 1205 seeks to end the home office tax credit by 2023, which would hurt small businesses and various industries in Oklahoma
Status: Amended to include recommendations from the Incentive Evaluation Commission and industry leaders

SB 1086 repeals capital gains deductions voted on by the people of Oklahoma, to the detriment of Oklahoma job-creators, including small businesses
Status: Passed in the Senate

SB 965 would eliminate the sales tax exemption for prewritten computer software, raising costs for nearly all businesses and individuals
Status: Dead pursuant to the rules

Impose costly mandates

SB 890 requires hospitals that bill Medicaid to provide reports on most frequent admissions
Status: Defeated on the House floor

HB 1310 requires all employers to grant a minimum of one hour of earned paid sick time for every 30 hours worked per employee
Status: Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 1536 requires all employers to grant a minimum of one hour of earned paid sick time for every 40 hours worked
Status: Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 2533 increases minimum wage to $11 an hour or the current federal minimum wage, whichever is greater
Status: Dead pursuant to the rules


SB 1268 requires certain residential care homes be required to have alternative power for heating systems
Status: Dead pursuant to the rules

SB 1407 creates additional liability for oil & natural gas drillers and would hinder the job creation and exploration of Oklahoma’s natural resources
Status: Defeated in committee


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HB 2624 interjects the state government into a health care facility’s development of workplace policies related to immunizations
Status: Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 2627 prohibits employers from making employment decisions about vaccination policies for their employees
Status: Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 3228 puts the state government in the middle of contractual agreements between businesses by requiring health plans to reimburse out-of-network providers at in-network rates
Status: Defeated on the House floor

SB 1250 allows discriminatory employment practices based on religious beliefs or moral conviction
Status: Dead pursuant to the rules