Veteran Lobbyist Jeramy Rich to Lead Oklahoma Rural Association Legislative Efforts at State CapitolThu, 17 Jan 2019 10:22:19 CST
The Oklahoma Rural Association (“ORA”) is pleased to announce that Jeramy Rich will lead its lobbying efforts at the Oklahoma Capitol for the 57th Legislative session. Rich is a long-time veteran of the Oklahoma Capitol and represents a wide range of clients. Monica Miller, President and Executive Director of the ORA was pleased to make this announcement on behalf of the organization and its member companies. Monica stated “Jeramy has a long and successful record at the capitol, and we could not be more pleased that Rich has joined us to work on issues affecting rural Oklahoma specifically. Rich has spent his personal and professional career trying to move rural Oklahoma in a positive direction; therefore, with the mission of the ORA, he is the perfect fit for us.” Jeramy Rich brings twenty plus years of lobbying experience to the ORA and will begin this session working on issues such as access to rural healthcare, rural education, energy capabilities as well as the agribusiness issues important to our state’s rural Oklahoma economy, in an effort to attract business and industry to our rural communities while incentivizing and sustaining the local businesses that currently operate in our cities and towns today.”
The Oklahoma Rural Association is the voice at the capitol for issues that are plaguing our schools, hospitals and economic growth in rural Oklahoma. While our cities have prospered and grown; the same cannot be said for rural Oklahoma. The time is now to change this paradigm for our state. The ORA was created to be the voice among legislators and Oklahoma’s top leaders to help give them a positive vision to grow Rural OK for the future.
The ORA will be hosting its Inaugural Welcome Back Legislative Reception at The Chesapeake Boat House in February in an effort to introduce the organizational legislative agenda for this upcoming session.
Source - Oklahoma Rural Association
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