Greg Abbott


Live Oak Treaty of 1838 between the Lipan Apache Indian Tribe and the Republic of Texas, subsequent Council Springs Treaty executed by Lipan Indians and the United States abrogates|Supreme law of the land, Indian treaties supersede conflicting state laws or state constitutional provisions|Takings restrictions of the Fifth Amendment, the right of Congress to abrogate treaty is limited by|Vested rights under Indian treaties, Congress may not impair but may supersede or abrogate by legislation or subsequent treaty|Abrogate treaty rights, intent to must be expressed clearly and unequivocally|Remedy a claimed injustice, Indian treaties cannot be rewritten or expanded beyond their clear terms to

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