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Cherokee Nation Donates Traffic Citation Funds Back to 13 Municipalities After McGirt Decision

TAHLEQUAH, Oklahoma, Nov. 18 -- The Cherokee Nation, a federally-recognized Native American tribe, issued the following news release:

The Cherokee Nation has now signed agreements with 13 city municipalities to donate traffic citation fines the tribe receives back to support those cities in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court McGirt decision.

The July 2020 McGirt ruling and subsequent Hogner ruling would have directed all income from traffic citations of Native citizens . . .

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