Back: Lisa J. Billy, Timothy Colbert, Scott Wood, Toby Perkins, David Woerz, Steven Woods
Front: Shana Tate Hammond, Nancy Elliott, Katie Case, Dean McManus, Connie Barker, Linda Briggs
Not Pictured: Beth Alexander
The Chickasaw Nation Tribal Legislature will meet Monday, January 9, at the 6:00 p.m., at the Artesian Hotel, Spa, and Casino, in Sulphur, Oklahoma for the Committee of the Whole. This meeting is open to the public.
In accordance with Article VIII, Section 1 of the Constitution of the Chickasaw Nation, the Tribal Legislature approved General Resolution 24-012 to move the January Legislative Session to Friday, January 13, at 9:00 a.m., at the Legislature Building, in Ada, Oklahoma. The public is invited to attend.
The Chickasaw Nation Legislature is composed of 13 members, elected from the Chickasaw Nation’s four legislative districts: Panola, Pickens, Pontotoc and Tishomingo
Members of the Tribal Legislature are citizens and registered voters of the Chickasaw Nation at least 25 years of age who have lived within the Chickasaw Nation for at least one year and their respective district for at least six months prior to being elected to office.
Once elected, they must remain residents of their elected district during the tenure of their office, which is up for reelection every three years.
The Chickasaw Legislature is structured much like the U.S. Legislature with scheduled sessions, committees, the formation of procedures and regulations, the approval of budgets and the establishment of law.