An important subplot in this year’s elections involved the extraordinary tension between Oklahoma’s sovereign tribal nations and Gov. Kevin Stitt. Now that Stitt has been re-elected, how will the governor, tribes and state lawmakers navigate the next four years? And what will it mean for workaday Oklahomans and the state’s economic, social and political future? Former state Rep. Collin Walke, a Cherokee Nation member who served as vice-chair of the Legislature’s Native American Caucus, offers his take in this week’s Observercast, A Harbinger For The Next Four Years.
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A Harbinger For The Next Four Years
March 9, 2023
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September 5, 2022
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