41 min

Oklahoma v. Castro-Huerta 5-4

    • Government

Continuing its trajectory of abandoning tests that don't pass the vibe check, the Supreme Court ruled that states can prosecute crimes committed by non-Natives on Native land.  The holding overturns literally centuries of precedent and clears the way to eliminate tribal sovereignty all together.
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Continuing its trajectory of abandoning tests that don't pass the vibe check, the Supreme Court ruled that states can prosecute crimes committed by non-Natives on Native land.  The holding overturns literally centuries of precedent and clears the way to eliminate tribal sovereignty all together.
Follow Peter (@The_Law_Boy), Rhiannon (@AywaRhiannon) and Michael (@_FleerUltra) on Twitter.
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41 min

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