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Opinion.  Thursday was a historic news day for Native Americans.  

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Guest Opinion. Education has always been sacred to the Cherokee people. Investing in education was one of the first and highest priorities for Cherokee Nation after the Trail of Tears. Despite the extreme hardships of that time, we quickly established schools in our new land. Within a few years, we had built the first primary schools and institutes of higher education on our reservation.

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Opinion.  America’s culture war hit close to home this week. 

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Guest Opinion. Everyone deserves to know where their next meal is coming from. Unfortunately, millions of Americans still face food insecurity, which means they can’t always get enough nutritious food for their household. This can be an especially hard challenge for our elders and families with young children.

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Guest Opinion. The Biden-Harris Campaign promised tribal nations that, among other things, their Administration would “Ensure fulfillment of federal trust and treaty obligations including by working to address chronic underfunding of unmet federal obligations to Indian Country.”

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Opinion. Citing treaties that date back to 1849 and 1868, the Navajo Nation on Monday morning will argue in the U.S. Supreme Court that it should be granted access to water from the Colorado River. 

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Guest Opinion. The Cherokee people are deeply connected to the land and historic locations across our reservation in northeast Oklahoma. Decades before statehood, Cherokees built the first schools, courthouses, modern roads and more in this place. The historic sites on our reservation are a testament to the resilience of the Cherokee people, who built thriving new communities from scratch after our removal on the Trail of Tears.

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Opinion. Each year, the president of the United States submits an annual budget to Congress for consideration for the upcoming fiscal year, which begins on October 1. The budget submission is the beginning of a process that involves a long series of negotiations in both chambers of Congress between Democrats and Republicans. 

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Guest Opinion. One of the greatest accomplishments of Cherokee Nation has been building the largest health care system in Indian Country. Our world-class facilities receive more than 1.5 million patient visits each year, and we have strategically built health facilities around our 7,000-square-mile reservation so that no Cherokee on the reservation is more than 30 minutes away from care.

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Guest Opinion. For my people, the Salish, when the Mission Valley on the Flathead Reservation is first blanketed with snow, a new cultural season is underway. Traditionally, winter ushers in a time when we tell our stories and reflect on our histories, weaving in life lessons to remind us of where we’ve been and who we want to be as a people, as a Native nation.