Oklahoma's government should continue and expand upon its efforts to foster strong working relationships with the state's 39 American Indian tribes, Lt. Gov. Jari Askins said Tuesday. Speaking at the annual Indian Country Business Summit, Askins said tribal interests and businesses have a combined economic impact of $15 billion in Oklahoma.
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