Oklahoma Native American Caucus grows to 20
The Oklahoma Legislature's Native American Caucus has nearly doubled in size this session.

The caucus has 20 members, up from 11 last session. Newcomers include Rep. T.W. Shannon, a member of the Chickasaw Nation.

For the first time, the House will have a subcommittee on international and tribal relations.

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