Ho-Chunk Nation Constitution

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ARTICLE III - ORGANIZATION OF THE GOVERNMENTSection 1. Sovereignty. The Ho-Chunk Nation possesses inherent sovereign powers by virtue of self-government and democracy.Section 2. Branches of Government. The government of the Ho-Chunk Nation shall be composed of four (4) branches: General Council,…


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