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By Fus Yvhikv “How would you guys like to see Gov. Bullstitt get vetoed?” Fixico asks. “Yes!” me, Tarpalechee, and Yahola say. “What’s the plan?” I ask. Fixico slurps a huge dollop of his Hamm’s beer. “Braaaapppp!” Fixico belches a thunderous burp as he cranes his chin toward
Gov. Stitt sues GOP lawmakers after veto overrides By Allison Herrera, Robby Korth, Graycen Wheeler Gov. Kevin Stitt’s vetoes of a pair of compacts with the state’s tribal nations by Oklahoma’s legislature will not stand. Now Stitt is suing Oklahoma’s legislative leaders, saying a veto override
Oklahoma Senate overrides GOP governor's vetoes on Native American compacts The Republican-controlled Oklahoma Senate met in a special session Monday and overrode GOP Gov. Kevin Stitt’s vetoes of two bills to extend existing agreements with Native American tribes for another year. The overrides were the latest development in an
August 18, 19, 20. 2023 The Sky-Eagle Retrospective: Redefining Native Avant-Garde Fashion at Bishop’s Lodge, a 3-day event, is set to take place at Bishops Lodge during the 2023 Santa Fe Indian Market. The event, presented by the Sky-Eagle Fashion House and Native and Veteran Fashion Designer Dante Biss-Grayson,
This long-running lawsuit is the latest dispute over Oklahoma tribal relations by Molly Young Oklahoma Attorney General Gentner Drummond wants to take the lead in representing the state in a long-running tribal gaming lawsuit. But Gov. Kevin Stitt’s office says he has no plans to hand over the reins.