Osage Nation asks Supreme Court to review reservation status
The Osage Nation of Oklahoma has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to hear its reservation status case.

The tribe's petition was filed on October 22. It seeks the reversal of a 10th Circuit Court of Appeals decision that said Congress diminished the tribe's reservation in 1906.

A response from the Oklahoma Tax Commission is due November 22, according to the docket sheet. Turtle Talk has documents from the case, Osage Nation v.Oklahoma Tax Commission.

10th Circuit Decision:
Osage Nation v. Oklahoma (March 8, 2010)

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