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Tribes Must Step Up Against Gaming Compact Dispute

President of the National Congress of American Indians, Fawn Sharp, delivered the State of Indian Nations address on Monday and focused on tribal sovereignty, econimic opportunity, government to government relations and the environment. Hogan Gore/Gaylord News

Hogan Gore

February 11, 2020

WASHINGTON — American Indian tribes face “a direct threat to their sovereignty” if they don’t stand up to the power of the Oklahoma state government trying to manipulate its gaming compacts with the tribes, an official of the nation’s largest Native American group said Monday. Fawn Sharp, ...

Iowans Cheer Being Included as Warren Wins Washington Satellite Caucus

Hogan Gore

February 4, 2020

WASHINGTON -- For the first time in the history of the Iowa caucuses, Iowans across the country and the globe were able to openly stand for their candidate outside of the Hawkeye State.  In Washington D.C, that meant voters, were overwhelmed by journalists and observers, gathered in a basement...

Oklahoma Delegation Supports Signing of Trade Deal with Agriculture Impacts

Hogan Gore

January 30, 2020

WASHINGTON -- Legislation enacting a new trade agreement between three North American countries supported by the entire Oklahoma delegation who viewed it as a win for Oklahoma was signed by President Donald Trump. “USMCA is, I think, an improvement over NAFTA from 25 plus years ago. But as much as...

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