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Scott Pruit at tribal water announcement in August 2016. Photo: Office of Oklahoma Attorney General
A Republican official from Oklahoma who battled tribes on sovereignty and other issues is leading the Environmental Protection Agency for President Donald Trump.
Ponca Tribe activist Casey Camp-Horinek on Scott Pruitt
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