Cherokee Nation appeals freedmen decision to its tribal Supreme Court
Tribe’s attorney general seeks reversal of judge’s decision favoring freedmen citizenship.
WASHINGTON — The Cherokee Nation filed an appeal in its tribal Supreme Court on Tuesday to defend a constitutional amendment that effectively barred freedmen who don’t have tribal blood from Cherokee citizenship.
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