Oklahoma Republican Gov. Kevin Stitt told Newsmax on Monday that state law enforcement will continue to pull over and cite Native Americans with license plate tags made on reservations instead of those made by the state.
“We’re going to enforce the laws of the state of Oklahoma,” Stitt said on “Wake Up America.” “We want to protect our law enforcement. So, basically, the tags are illegal.”
Stitt said police are stopping and ticketing tribal nation members in the state when they are using the state’s roads with license plate tags made on reservations without transmitting the relevant vehicle information to Oklahoma Department of Motor Vehicles.
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