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Most likely not the attorneys representing the deep-red condition of Oklahoma In oral arguments, the statea€™s counsel leaned heavily on the implication that a ruling in favor of McGirt and the tribe would fundamentally disrupt business as usual: Murderers, rapists, and other criminals would be let loose, they suggested, because the state that had convicted them would not have had the authority to do so. Fees would go unpaid. Legislation would lose their unique teeth. Countless laws, they reasoned, currently written and enforced with the presumption that old pact lands and regulating authority of this Muscogee Creek country are history. The ...

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Beautiful Charisma. xx Such a terrible loss for Judy King and Alan Mayne, and us as well. This is a truly lovely photo of her.Some horses you just unreservedly love. Here is one of them: Ingleside Charisma. We miss her every day. ... Read MoreRead Less
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