Cherokee Nation names first ever delegate to Congress

Chandelis Duster of CNN –

The Cherokee Nation has named an official representative to Congress for the first time.

Kimberly Teehee, executive director of government relations for the Cherokee Nation, was approved by the Council of the Cherokee Nation as a delegate to the US House of Representatives, fulfilling a promise made to the tribe in a nearly 200-year-old treaty with the federal government.


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