The Cherokee Nation is making a renewed push to finally seat a non-voting representative in Congress – a provision made by the U.S. government almost two centuries ago. In November, Congress hosted the very first hearing to review the logistics and the treaty. Joie Chen sat down with Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin, Jr. and Delegate-Designate Kimberly Teehee to hear what it could mean both for their nation and other Native Americans.

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