In 2020, the Supreme Court handed down an extremely misguided decision, McGirt v. Oklahoma, which wound up having over 40% of the state’s territory being considered Indian reservation land.  (For more information, see my McGirt file here.)

It’s absolutely ridiculous to consider Tulsa, Oklahoma, as Indian reservation land. And now, the Tenth Circuit has ruled that the city of Tulsa can’t issue speeding tickets to tribal members in the city of Tulsa. 

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Blog entry by Allan Wall, published June 29th, 2023, on VDARE.COM.

Note: The photograph at the top of the article includes a Plains Indian. Actually, the Indian stopped for speeding was a Choctaw, from a Southeast Woodland tribe.

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