U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.) met with members of the Norman Chamber of Commerce yesterday in Washington. They discussed current legislative priorities, including infrastructure, aviation and economic growth.
“What a pleasure it was to meet with the Norman Chamber of Commerce,” said Inhofe. “We had a great conversation on Oklahoma aviation, military, infrastructure and economic growth. I was especially pleased to discuss the Lindsey Street Bridge, a good example of local, state and federal government working together. Communities like Norman understand the impact that timely and well-funded infrastructure can have on our economy and work hard to see those projects through, ensuring the highest quality of life for their residents. I look forward to continuing to work with the Norman Chamber and advocating for them in Congress.”
“On behalf of the Norman Chamber of Commerce, I want to thank Sen. Inhofe for sitting down with us in his Washington office,” said Norman Chamber President Scott Martin. “Sen. Inhofe’s continued leadership in the Senate has been vital to Norman and Oklahoma’s success. We are proud to have him as an advocate in Congress and look forward to continuing to work with him on making our priorities a reality.”
Photos from the visit are available for download here.