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 President Donald Trump speaks on March 27 before he signs the coronavirus stimulus relief package in the Oval Office at the White House in Washington, D.C. Listening are from left, Larry Kudlow, White House chief economic adviser, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarty of Calif. EVAN VUCCI/ASSOCIATED PRESS
The legislation will speed government payments of $1,200 to most Americans and increase jobless benefits for millions of people thrown out of work.
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Former U.S. District Judge Layn Phillips is serving as the mediator in the dispute between the tribes and Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt.
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The declaration, covering 14 counties, expires in 60 days unless renewed.
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Arkansas courthouses are operating with limited personnel and many courtrooms are hearing fewer cases to minimize contacts during the COVID-19 outbreak.
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Brothers Colton and Ryder Stephens hold an American flag on March 25 as they watch the procession for the body of Air Force Staff Sgt. Marshal D. Roberts in Tulsa. Roberts, 28, of Owasso, was killed on March 11 while deployed in support of Operation Inherent Resolve in Iraq. The Cherokee Nation citizen was a member of the 219th Engineering Installation Squadron, 138th Fighter Wing, headquartered in Tulsa. MIKE SIMONS/TULSA WORLD VIA AP
Marshal D. Roberts was one of two American servicemen killed on March 11 in a rocket attack at Camp Taji.
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A community member assists Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin, right, with handing out food to community members in Hulbert. COURTESY
A volunteer prepares bags of foods to provide to needy community members at the West Siloam Springs Cherokee Hotel & Casino. COURTESY
A volunteer from the Spavinaw community loads food at the West Siloam Springs Cherokee Hotel & Casino for needy Cherokee people in his community. COURTESY
No-we-ta Cherokee Community Foundation members organize food to be given to need Cherokees. COURTESY
Tribal leaders work to provide food from three temporarily closed Cherokee casinos to community groups.
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A citizen at the Cherokee Nation’s Food Distribution store in Tahlequah is greeted at the door on March 20 by an employee. On March 23, non-essential CN employees were ordered to stay home. CHAD HUNTER/CHEROKEE PHOENIX
Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. announces that governmental operations had been reduced to those deemed essential.
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Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, left, accompanied by White House Legislative Affairs Director Eric Ueland and acting White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, on March 24 walks to the offices of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. PATRICK SEMANSKY/ASSOCIATED PRESS
The measure is the largest economic rescue bill in history.
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As many public health officials call for stricter, not looser restrictions on public interactions, Trump says he was looking toward easing the advisories that have sidelined workers, shuttered schools and led to a widespread economic slowdown.
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Stacey Mason wears a mask on March 24 as she shops during senior shopping hours at Homeland in Oklahoma City. Homeland stores are reserving the first hour of store operations to senior customers and those who have medical conditions that put them at risk from COVID-19. SUE OGROCKI/ASSOCIATED PRESS
A Cleveland County woman in her 60s has become Oklahoma’s third coronavirus-related death.
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On March 24, Cherokee Nation officials said a woman in her 50s who works for the tribe tested positive for the coronavirus.
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