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AICCO to measure impact of Native businesses and tribes in Oklahoma Written By: Rachael Schuit | VNN Oklahoma (OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.) The influence of Indian Country businesses on the State of Oklahoma’s economy cannot be understated, according to tribal leaders like Muscogee Creek Nation (MCN) Principal Chief David Hill. Each

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Sports betting still isn't legal in Oklahoma. Could that change this year? by Molly Young, The Oklahoman Some Oklahoma lawmakers want to bring the state off the sidelines of sports betting and into the game. They’re facing long odds, however. Gov. Kevin Stitt wants to open Oklahoma’

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Tulsa's Gilcrease Museum continues repatriation efforts with return of ancestral remains to tribes The Gilcrease Museum is returning ancestral remains to tribes. The museum’s board of trustees voted Tuesday morning to give back the remains of Ponca Native Americans to their respective lands in Oklahoma and Nebraska.

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Tribal Nation leaders react following Stitt comments on McGirt, sovereignty By Lionel Ramos, Graycen Wheeler, Beth Wallis, Anna Pope, KOSU Stitt said McGirt v. Oklahoma has “rocked our state and caused division where previously there was none.” Principal Chief David Hill of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation disagreed in a statement

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Removing Osage Wind farm leaves school district with huge funding gap by Curtis Killman, Mike Simons Tulsa World Five years ago, the Shidler School District was in a tough spot. Located in northwestern Osage County, the district’s high school and middle school facilities — nearly 100 years old — had seen

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Oklahoma's governor just signed three compacts with tribes. He has many more to go by Molly Young, The Oklahoman Top Oklahoma lawmakers say new state-tribal compacts negotiated by the governor are welcome signs of progress.  But many more agreements still need to be worked out by the end

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Oral arguments to be heard in tribal income tax protest case by Curtis Killman, Tulsa World The Oklahoma Supreme Court will hear oral arguments Wednesday in a case to decide whether the state can tax the income of a Muscogee Nation tribal member and employee who lives and works within
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