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Indian Affairs Commission, Oklahoma

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: Jul, 2010


House Bill 2172 abolished the Oklahoma Indian Affairs Commission. All authority of the Commission transfers to the executive branch.The Oklahoma Indian Affairs Commission is charged with the mission of serving as the liaison between Oklahoma’s tribal population and governments and the Oklahoma State government. The Commission carries out its duty with the guidance of four statutorily determined goals: the creation of state and federal legislation; the creation of an advisory committee; the development and implementation of research projects and reports; and the development of cooperative programs between tribes and state, federal, local, private entities, health organizations, educational agencies, tourism, and economic development entities.

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