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Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt sends 'one-size-fits-all' car tag compact to tribes Oklahoma tribal nations across the state have received a letter and model compact from Gov. Kevin Stitt. By Katie Hallum, KOSU The letter says if tribal leaders can accommodate the governor’s concerns about tag issues, he

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U.S. Department of Justice Supports Mvskoke Nation in Tulsa suit DOJ files motion to intervene in lawsuit over post Hooper arrest by Jerrad Moore TVLSE, Oklv. – On November 15, 2023, the Muscogee (Creek) Nation filed suit against the city of Tulsa for continuing to assert criminal jurisdiction over Native

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Choctaw Casinos & Resorts wins big at SBC Awards North America  Choctaw Nation’s Janie Dillard named Tribal Gaming Leader of the Year  DURANT, Okla. (May 13, 2024)- Choctaw Casinos & Resorts won big at the 2024 SBC Awards North America in New York Thursday night, taking home three

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Tornadoes touchdown on the Mvskoke reservation MCN responds with disaster relief in Holdenville and Morris by Braden Harper MVSKOKE RESERVATION, Oklv. – The weekend of April 27-28 saw intense severe weather storms that left at least four dead and dozens injured in the state of Oklahoma. Among those killed included a

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MCN discusses progress and development at State of the Tribal Nations luncheon Tulsa Regional Chamber of Commerce holds inaugural event by Meredith Johnson TVLSE, Oklv. – The Tulsa Regional Chamber of Commerce held their inaugural State of the Tribal Nations’ event at the Tulsa Renaissance Center on Thursday, April 18. The

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Supremes to Stitt: You Lose! OK Court announced ruling in Treat v. Stitt by Meredith Johnson OKLVHOMV CITY, Oklv.- The Oklahoma Supreme Court announced their decision in Treat v. Stitt on April 2. The ruling found that the Oklahoma state legislature has the authority to make tribal compact negotiations.

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Choctaw Nation finalizes car tag compact, but larger tribal tag issues remain by Melissa Jacques & Steve Metzer OKLAHOMA CITY — Despite rising concerns about motorists with tribal tags not paying tolls on Oklahoma turnpikes, a bill addressing that issue stalled in committee on Tuesday. One of the loudest voices on
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