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The leader of the Oklahoma Senate announced Monday his appointments to the Joint Committee on State-Tribal Relations. The committee is responsible for overseeing and approving agreements between tribal governments and the state and consists of five members appointed by the speaker of the House and five members appointed by the president pro tempore of the Senate.
President Pro Tempore Greg Treat, R-Oklahoma City, appointed the following senators to the committee:
“The Joint Committee on State-Tribal Relations is the appropriate entity to authorize and oversee agreements between tribal governments and the state. There are a myriad of opportunities for tribal governments and the state to work together that are good for the tribes and state. There certainly are complex issues to sort through as well. The senators on this committee are committed to carrying out this important work and continuing cooperation between the state of Oklahoma and tribal governments,” Treat said.