The Future Of Tribes with Cherokee Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr
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Donald Trump was indicted for a fourth time Monday night. Trump now faces a total of 91 criminal counts across four separate cases. A Texas lawsuit against Planned Parenthood seeks more than $1.8 billion in reimbursement, penalties and fees after the state moved to cut the organization as a Medicaid provider. Judge Matthew Kacsmaryk, the same judge who halted federal approval of mifepristone back in April, heard arguments on Tuesday. On Monday, Chuck Hoskin Jr. was sworn into his second term as Chief of the Cherokee Nation, the most populous tribe in the country. Chief Hoskin joins us to talk about his priorities and plans going into his next term. And in headlines: President Biden plans to visit Maui to survey the damage caused by the deadly wildfires, student loans for over 800,000 people will be canceled starting this week, and Keke Palmer and Usher have a new song seemingly aimed at her ex.
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