Professor Ezra Rosser, an expert in Federal Indian Law & Policy, in his op-ed on The Hill reflects on the election of first Native American women Sharice Davids and Deb Haaland to Congress, calling it “tremendously exciting and overdue.” He says while the election does not fulfill the Cherokee Nation's Treaty of 1835, which provided Native Americans the right to a congressional delegate, “it did allow the country to take a step, or two, in the right direction.”

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