February 3, 2014

Legislative update – February 2014

The Citizen Potawatomi Nation’s Legislature rang in the New Year with a special legislative meeting on January 16. As business got underway, a resolution approving a […]
November 14, 2014

CPN Legislative update: November 2014

At the Sept. 16, 2014 legislative meeting, a host of resolutions and amendments to CPN’s laws were addressed. Most prominent was the passage, with all sixteen […]
June 5, 2015

CPN Legislative update: May 2015

On May 28, 2015 the CPN Legislature convened its quarterly and final meeting of the 2014-15 legislative session. It was a busy agenda, starting with the […]
June 29, 2015

CPN Legislative update: June 2015

With a full audience comprised of Tribal employees and Tribal members, as well as the 2015 class of the  Potawatomi Leadership Program, the CPN Legislature met […]
July 27, 2015

Representative Paul Wesselhoft to speak on looted Nazi and Native American art

On Tues. July 27, 2015, Representative Paul Wesselhoft, a member of the Oklahoma state and Citizen Potawatomi legislatures, will speak at the monthly CPN Veterans Meeting […]
November 1, 2015

CPN Legislative update: November 2015

On September 24, 2015 the CPN Tribal Legislature convened its meeting; all 16 members were in attendance. The 2016 fiscal year Tribal budgets were approved with […]
January 20, 2016

CPN Legislative update: January 2016

The CPN Legislature met on Dec. 3, 2015 for its final meeting of the calendar year with all representatives present. Legislators approved a resolution supporting the […]
February 3, 2016

Tribal Legislature to be upgraded with latest meeting technology

Citizen Potawatomi Nation boasts one of the country’s only digital tribal governments, allowing representatives from across the U.S. to meet via teleconference and conduct legislative meetings […]
March 4, 2019

Tribal candidate Q&As: March 2019 — District 11

Citizen Potawatomi voters will cast ballots for three competitive races for Oklahoma’s at-large legislative seats this June. The Hownikan asked the candidates about their backgrounds and reasons for running for Tribal office.