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Oklahoma Governor’s Office Appoints Native Liaison
One year after the dissolution of the Oklahoma Indian Affairs Commission, Oklahoma Republican Governor Mary Fallin has appointed Kaw Nation member Jacque Secondine Hensley as her N...
Unfilled: Oklahoma’s Native Liaison Position Qualifications Changed, No Cabinet-Level Status
When Oklahoma Republican Governor Mary Fallin signed HB 2172 into law after the end of the 2011 legislative session, the 43-year-old Oklahoma Indian Affairs Commission was effectiv...
Oklahoma Tribes Still Waiting for Governor Fallin’s Native Liaison
At the end of the 2011 Oklahoma legislative session, Republican Governor Mary Fallin signed HB 2172 into law, which effectively ended the 43-year-old Oklahoma Indian Affairs Commis...
Oklahoma Indian Affairs Commission Heading Toward Final Days
The end of this spring’s Oklahoma legislative session created what could potentially become a historic change in the relations between the state and its 39 tribes...