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President, Red Earth Board of Directors G. Calvin Sharpe

Photographer John Jernigan with competition dancer Delores Goodeagle

AICCOK OKC Chapter Chair James Lambertus

AICCOK 2012 State Board President Heidi Offutt

A BIG NIGHT

Red Earth’s downtown OKC gallery and museum hosted the first of four quarterly networking events for the American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Oklahoma-OKC Chapter and the opening of “Light Foot/Strong Heart” exhibition of images by John Jernigan.

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Joyce Robison and Walter Fulks

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Checotah Fulks and Mary Ann Allen

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MAKING AN IMPACT ON STATE GOVERNMENT

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NATIVE AMERICAN CAUCUS OKLAHOMA HOUSE OF R E P R E S E N TAT I V E S

eginning with the 2006 Legislative Session, a small group of members of the House of Representatives with tribal affiliations began meeting once a month during session for lunch. Today, 18 members from seven tribes comprise the House Native American Caucus. The caucus still meets for lunch, but more than socialize they strategize over upcoming votes and energize their fellow members with discussions about issues vital to Oklahoma’s Indian Country. With the vast economic impact the tribes have on the state budget comes increased influence and visibility for these front-line warriors who champion the Native perspective within the capitol. Like Kelly Haney’s bronze statue atop the dome, they are the new Guardians.

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< Newly-elected Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation Bill John Baker speaks to the Caucus last February.


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Caucus Co-chair Dan Kirby

Caucus Co-chair Chuck Hoskin (at Water Board presentation)

Seneca Scott


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OK HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES NATIVE AMERICAN CAUCUS 2012 MEMBERS (IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER)

Lisa Billy (Chickasaw) R-District 42, Founding Member Cleveland, Garvin, Grady, McClain Counties Mike Christian (Choctaw) R-District 93 Oklahoma County Doug Cox (Muscogee) R-District 5, Founding Member Delaware, Mayes Counties

Lisa Billy

William Fourkiller (Cherokee) D-District 86 Adair, Cherokee, Delaware Counties Larry Glenn (Cherokee) D-District 7 Delaware, Ottawa Counties Chuck Hoskin (Cherokee) D-District 6, Caucus Co-Chair Craig, Mayes, Rogers Counties Fred Jordan (Cherokee) R-District 69 Tulsa County Dan Kirby (Muscogee) R-District 75, Caucus Co-Chair Tulsa County Steve Martin (Cherokee) R-District 10 Nowata, Osage, Washington Counties http://www.okhouse.gov

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American Indian Cultural Center Museum Director Gena Timberman gives a report

Citizen Potawatomi Nation Chairman John Barrett discusses economic legisdlation

Larry Glenn

Mike Reitz

Steve Martin Choctaw Nation Assistant Chief Gary Batton on Water Rights


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NATIVE AMERICAN CAUCUS 2012 MEMBERS (continued) Jerry McPeak

Steve Martin (Cherokee) Assistant Majority Whip R-District 10: Nowata, Osage, Washington Cont Skye McNiel (Muscogee) Majority Whip R-District 29: Creek, Tulsa Cont Jerry McPeak (Muscogee) D-District 13: Muskogee, Wagoner Cont

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Anastasia Pittman (Seminole) D-District 99: Oklahoma Cty

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Mike Ritze (Kickapoo) R-District 80: Tulsa Cty Osage Nation Principal Chief John Red Eagle stressed the need for good communication between tribes and state.

Seneca Scott (Choctaw) D-District 72: Tulsa Cty T.W. Shannon (Chickasaw) Next Speaker of the House R-District 62: Comanche Cty Jerry Shoemake (Cherokee) D-District 16: Muskogee, Okmulgee, Wagoner Cont Paul Wesselhoft (Citizen Potawatomi) Assistant Majority Whip R-District 54: Cleveland Cty

William Fourkiller

Corey Williams (Cherokee) Assistant Minority Whip D-District 34: Payne County

Peoria Nation Chief John Froman discusses tribal impacts of upcoming legislation.

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O K H O U S E O F R E P R E S E N TAT I V E S N AT I V E A M E R I C A N C A U C U S Contact information, websites and some of the bills authored by members of the Native American Caucus, listed in alphabetical order. Sources: http://www.okhouse.gov | http://www.oklegislature.gov

Lisa Billy >> lisajbilly@okhouse.gov | 405-557-7365 | http://www.okhouse.gov/District.aspx?District=42 >> Committees: A&B Public Safety, Chair | Agriculture | Wildlife & Environment | Appropriations & Budget | General Government | Long-term Care & Senior Services >> Measures Authored 2012 include: HB 2363 | Poor persons; building units at Southern Oklahoma Resource Center and Northern Oklahoma Resource Center. | HB 2364 | HB 2365 | Environment and natural resources; modifying exception to the regulation of certain radiation sources. | HB 2366 | HCR 1030 | Resource centers; disapproving DHS plan to change or discontinue services. Mike Christian >> mike.christian@okhouse.gov | 405-557-7371 | http://www.okhouse.gov/District.aspx?District=93 >> Committees: General Government, Vice Chair | A&B Public Safety | Insurance | Long-term Care & Senior Services >> Measures Authored 2012 include: HB 2955 | State government; requiring certain employees have certain time off before returning to work. | HB 2959 | HB 2960 | Motor vehicles; relating to failure to comply with the Compulsory Insurance Law; authorizing law enforcement officers to seize license plates and issue citations in certain circumstances. | HB 2962 | State government; creating the State Government Reform Act. Doug Cox >> dougcox@okhouse.gov | 405-557-7415 | http://www.okhouse.gov/District.aspx?District=5 >> Committees: A&B Public Health & Social Services, Chair | Appropriations & Budget | Common Education | Public Health | Public Safety | Redistricting Eastern Oklahoma Subcommittee >> Measures Authored 2012 include: HB 2264 | Animals; transferring duties from State Board of Health to Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food, and Forestry. | HB 2266 | Public health and safety; creating the Public Health Delivery Act. William Fourkiller >> will.fourkiller@okhouse.gov | 405 -557-7394 | http://www.okhouse.gov/District.aspx?District=86 >> Committees: Administrative Rules and Government Oversight | A&B Public Health & Social Services | Long-term Care & Senior Services >> Measures Authored 2012 include: HB 2696 | Revenue and taxation; enacting additional sales and use tax on violent video games. | HB 2697 | Schools; teacher minimum salary schedule. | HB HB 2700 | Schools; permitting school nurses to administer Epinephrine injectors to students; effective date. | HB 2972 | Revenue and taxation; providing tax credit for reserve law enforcement officers. Larry Glenn >> larryglenn@okhouse.gov| 405-557-7399| http://www.okhouse.gov/District.aspx?District=7 | Committees: Agriculture, Wildlife & Environment | A&B General Government & Transportation | General Government | Rules >> Measures Authored 2012 include: HB 2279 | Troops to Teachers; providing for establishment of a Troops to Teachers Alternative Certification Program. | HB 2281 | Counties and county officers; authorizing certain officers to designate undersheriff; authorizing undersheriff to perform duties. | HB 2282 | Game and fish; creating a three-day paddlefish permit. | HB 2283 | Public health and safety; directing dispensers of controlled dangerous substances to add certain warning on prescription container labels. Chuck Hoskin >> chuck.hoskin@okhouse.gov | 405-557-7319 | http://www.okhouse.gov/District.aspx?District=6 >> Committees: Appropriations & Budget | Public Safety | Redistricting Eastern Oklahoma Subcommittee | Veterans & Military Affairs >> Measures Authored 2012 include: HB 2860 | Labor; creating the Employer Credit Privacy Act; effective date. | HB 2861 | Common carriers; creating the Geolocation Information Protection Act; providing definitions. | HB 2862 | State government; Trip Optimizer system; exempting certain employees; effective date. | HB 3004 | State government; providing for the Secretary of Native American Affairs. Fred Jordan >> fred.jordan@okhouse.gov | 405-557-7331 | http://www.okhouse.gov/District.aspx?District=69 >> Committees: Judiciary, Chair | A&B Judiciary | Common Education | Public Safety >> Measures Authored 2012 include: HB 2654 | Oil and gas; enacting the Energy Litigation Reform Act. | HB 2657 | Insurance; Oklahoma Employee Injury Benefit Act. | HB 2661 | Schools; clarifying language relating to scope, organization and definitions. | HB 2664 | Public health and safety; creating the Oklahoma Public Health and Safety Act. | HB 2665 | Marriage and family; modifying property division requirement Dan Kirby >> dan.kirby@okhouse.gov | 405-557-7356 | http://www.okhouse.gov/District.aspx?District=75 >> Committees: Insurance, Vice Chair | A&B Natural Resources & Regulatory Services | Energy & Utility Regulation | Judiciary >> Measures Authored 2012 include: HB 2748 | Professions and occupations; Oklahoma Certified Real Estate Appraisers Act; modifying application process for reciprocity. | HB 2749 | Insurance; prohibiting certain higher copayment or coinsurance for certain services rendered by certain doctors. | HB 2750 | Schools; extending authority to remove individual from school activities and field trips.


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Steve Martin >> stevemartin@okhouse.gov | 405-557-7402 | http://www.okhouse.gov/District.aspx?District=10 >> Committees: Public Safety, Vice Chair | A&B Revenue & Taxation | Energy & Utility Regulation | General Government >> Measures Authored 2012 include: HB 2522 | Firearms; clarifying manner in which firearms may be carried by handgun licensees. | HB 2523 | Game and fish; creating a one-day nonresident fishing license. | HB 2524 | Professions and occupations; modifying various provisions of the Oklahoma Real Estate License Code. | HB 2525 | Motor vehicles; authorizing certain traffic stops by law enforcement officers. Skye McNiel >> skye.mcniel@okhouse.gov | 405-557-7353 | http://www.okhouse.gov/District.aspx?District=29 >> Committees: A&B Natural Resources & Regulatory Services | Economic Development, Tourism & Financial Services | Energy & Utility Regulation | Human Services >> Measures Authored 2012 include: HB 2342 | Crimes and punishments; creating the Oklahoma Victims Rights Act. | HB 2345 | Revenue and taxation; Venture Capital Formation Tax Incentive Modification Act of 2012. | HB 2347 | Environment and natural resources; permitting certain disposal facilities to dispose of naturally occurring radioactive material. | HB 2348 | Waters and water rights; irrigation and water rights; clarifying language. Jerry McPeak >> jerrymcpeak@okhouse.gov | 405-557-7302 | http://www.okhouse.gov/District.aspx?District=13 | Committees: Appropriations & Budget | Energy & Utility Regulation | Transportation >> Measures Authored 2012 include: HB 2755 | Schools; creating the Freedom to Succeed Act. | HB 2756 | Oil and gas; commercial injection or disposal wells; requiring collection of an additional fee on deleterious substances from another state. | HB 2757 | Revenue and taxation; increasing amount of exemption allowed for certain payments received as participation awards in livestock show events. | HB 2758 | Revenue and taxation; horse slaughter facility; income tax credit. Anastasia Pittman >> anastasia.pittman@okhouse.gov | 405-557-7393 | http://www.okhouse.gov/District.aspx?District=99 >> Committees: A&B Human Services | A&B Revenue & Taxation | Economic Development, Tourism & Financial Services | Higher Education & Career Tech | Redistricting Central Oklahoma Subcommittee >> Measures Authored 2012 include: HB 2883 | Revenue and taxation; providing for taxpayer donation from income tax refund for Historical Society; creating revolving fund. | HB 2885 | Human trafficking; creating the Human Trafficking Act. | HB 2893 | Poor persons; creating the Vulnerable Adult Protection Act of 2012. Mike Ritze >> mike.ritze@okhouse.gov | 405-557-7338 | http://www.okhouse.gov/District.aspx?District=80 >> Committees: A&B Public Safety, Vice Chair | Insurance | Long-term Care & Senior Services | Public Health >> Measures Authored 2012 include: HB 2988 | Crimes and punishments; expanding right to use deadly force. | HB 2989 | Schools; enacting the School District Private Attorney Retention Act. | HB 2991 | Public health and safety; creating the Oklahoma State Government Vital Statistics Modernization Act. | HB 2992 | State government; creating the State Agency and Elected Officials Advertising Act. | HB 3047 | Revenue and taxation; fireworks; municipal powers. Seneca Scott >> seneca.scott@okhouse.gov | 405-557-7391 | http://www.okhouse.gov/District.aspx?District=72 >> Committees: A&B General Government & Transportation | Government Modernization | Human Services | Rules >> Measures Authored 2012 include: HB 2474 | Food Desert Solutions Task Force; enacting the Economic Incentive Strategies for Addressing Barriers to Healthy Choices Act. | HB 2476 | Cities and towns; general powers of municipalities; modifying notice requirement. | HB 2477 | Intoxicating liquors; allowing holders of brewer licenses to provide samples. | HB 2478 | Mental health; law enforcement behavioral health emergency dispatch system. T.W. Shannon >> tw.shannon@okhouse.gov | 405-557-7374 | http://www.okhouse.gov/District.aspx?District=62 >> Committees: Transportation, Chair | A&B General Government & Transportation | Energy & Utility Regulation | Higher Education & Career Tech >> Measures Authored 2012 include: HB 2248 | Roads, bridges and ferries; the Rebuilding Oklahoma Access and Driver Safety Fund; increasing certain apportionment; effective date. | HB 2260 | Motor vehicles; tolls; modifying certain toll evasion notice mailing requirements. | HB 2261 | Revenue and taxation; enacting the Oklahoma Revenue and Taxation Act. | HB 2301 | Public safety; creating the Oklahoma Public Safety Act of 2012. Jerry Shoemake >> jerryshoemake@okhouse.gov | 405-557-7373 | http://www.okhouse.gov/District.aspx?District=16 >> Committees: Agriculture, Wildlife & Environment | A&B Natural Resources & Regulatory Services |General Government >> Measures Authored 2012 include: HB 1069 | Agriculture; Oklahoma Agricultural Code; clarifying language. | HB 1070 | Oklahoma Veterinary Practice Act; clarifying language. | HB 1071 | State government; clarifying language. | HB 1072 | Environment; creating the Oklahoma Environment Act of 2011. | HB 1073 | Insurance; clarifying language. Paul Wesselhoft >> paulwesselhoft@okhouse.gov | 405-557-7343 | http://www.okhouse.gov/District.aspx?District=54 >> Committees: Veterans & Military Affairs, Chair | A&B Public Health & Social Services | Energy & Utility Regulation | Judiciary >> Measures Authored 2012 include: HB 1401 | Public health and safety; creating the Oklahoma Child Protection Act. | HB 2561 | Public health and safety; civil actions against abortion provider. | HB 2563 | State-tribal relations; modifying Oklahoma Native American Liaison eligibility requirement. | HB 2565 | Militia; prohibiting private employers from terminating certain employees; effective date. Corey Williams >> cory.williams@okhouse.gov | 405-557-7411 | http://www.okhouse.gov/District.aspx?District=34 >> Committees: A&B Education | Higher Education & Career Tech | Judiciary | Rules >> Measures Authored 2012 include: HB 3091 | Criminal record expungements; providing access to expunged records for certain purposes. | HB 3093 | Canoes; exempting canoes from registration and excise tax; subjecting canoes to sales tax; effective date. | HB 3098 | Marriage and family; requiring the purchase of certain insurance coverage. | HB 3102 | Domestic partnerships; creating the Domestic Partnership Benefits Act of 2012. <>


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