Oklahoma governor won’t ‘give an inch’ on tribal nations tobacco tax revenues

The governor of Oklahoma says losing a disagreement over tobacco tax will force him to give up half his state.

Kevin Stitt, the Republican governor, has been locked in a running battle with his legislature over a proposal to preserve an extension on tribal-state compacts (a type of agreement involving overlapping jurisdictions of states and Native American tribes) that involve tribal tobacco revenues until the end of 2024.

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