Agency Plans for Input on Tribal Mineral Rights
WASHINGTON (CN) - After the Osage Nation reached a $330.7 million settlement with the United States for incorrectly managing its oil and gas mining rights, the tribe members may get a say in the future management of the Osage Mineral Estate.
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The Bureau of Indian Affairs plans to establish the Osage Negotiated Rulemaking Committee, which would develop specific recommendations to address future management and administration of the Osage Mineral Estate.
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