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The Ho-Chunk Constitution

The Constitution of the Ho-Chunk Nation


Last ratified in 2003, the Ho-Chunk drafted a constitution that details their government structure and laws. The Ho-Chunk Constitution also explicitly states the importance of preserving and promoting tribal traditions and culture.

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Creator: Ho-Chunk Nation
Pub Data: Ho-Chunk Nation. National Indian Law Library.
Citation: The Constitution of the Ho-Chunk Nation. National Indian Law Library; Online facsimile at:  http://doc.narf.org/nill/Constitutions/hochunkconst/hochunkconstt
oc.htm; Visited on: 4/23/2014
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