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Cherokee Nations Seeks Electronic Expansion (Dec 14, 2012)

TAHLEQUAH, Okla. (AP) - The Cherokee Nation says it wants to communicate with its members electronically more often, starting with this year's annual report.

In the past, the tribe has sent out reports in printed and DVD formats, which cost money to mail. Chief Bill John Baker says that sending material electronically makes material available instantaneously.

The Cherokee Nation, however, says it needs good contact information on its members. It said an evaluation this year found that it had correct contact information for fewer than 40 percent of its citizens.

The annual report is due out this week. Versions will still be available on paper, but the tribe says citizens can go to the Cherokee Nation website to sign up to receive information electronically.



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