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Thursday the president of the National Congress of American Indians will deliver the annual State of Indian Nations address. Jefferson Keel is also lieutenant governor of the Chickasaw Nation. The purpose of the speech is to stake out priorities for the federal government in 2011. For a bit of background: On the eve of the recent White House Tribal Nations Summit, Keel had good things to say about the commander in chief.

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