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Supreme Court rules for Oklahoma in case about jurisdiction on Native American lands

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The Supreme Court has ruled that the state of Oklahoma and federal government have the authority to prosecute crimes committed by non-Native Americans on tribal lands. NBC's Pete Williams has details.