Treat v. Stitt

Docket number
118913 and 121497

Held that state legislators did not violate the state constitution by issuing extensions on existing tribal compacts related to tobacco taxes and motor vehicle fees. The Oklahoma governor had argued his office has exclusive authority to negotiate contracts between tribes and the state.

In earlier related litigation, concurrence rejected Governor’s argument that constitution provides him with authority to execute tribal gaming contracts

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