Approaching the one-year anniversary of the Supreme Court affirming the Muscogee (Creek) Nation's reservation, state prosecutors have become much more aggressive in challenging the scope of the decision on criminal cases in eastern Oklahoma.
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This story is part of the Oklahoma Media Center’s Promised Land collaborative effort, which shows how the landmark McGirt v. Oklahoma decision will affect both tribal and non-Indigenous residents in the state.
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