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Oklahoma Chooses another route to honor Native American Heritage Month
In November, the month of Native American Heritage, citizens of tribal nations were once again caught off guard when it came to light that the Oklahoma Highway Patrol had begun issuing citations to individuals with tribal tags if their tribal nation does not currently have a tag compact with the state. As of now, only three tribal nations have a tag compact – Cherokee, Choctaw, and Chickasaw.
Stitt’s constant attacks on tribal sovereignty have stemmed from an Oklahoma Supreme Court decision in 2020 known as McGirt and subsequent decisions that have reaffirmed the existence of tribal reservations. The reaffirmation of these reservations has led to questions, and in many instances, more pending litigation as the state attempts to subvert what it considers “tearing Oklahoma apart”.
BY AUSTIN HEADLEE
Quapaw Nation Housing Project: Building a Stronger Future for the Community
Great news! The Ray Property, Quapaw Nation Housing Project is an exciting initiative by the Quapaw Nation to provide housing for its members.
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