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Cherokee Nation gearing up for battle over land use for hunting and fishing

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The Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma is telling its citizens that they do not need state hunting or fishing licenses when hunting or fishing on lands that historically belonged to the Cherokees. Those lands encompass all or part of 14 northeastern Oklahoma counties, including the Grand Lake of the Cherokees and Tenkiller Lake.

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