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A. Attorney General opinions are persuasive authority, but are not legally binding.

B. Only the Principal Chief or the Congress and its committees through the Speaker of the Osage Nation Congress may request the Attorney General to issue an opinion concerning any question of law relating to their respective entity or offices.

C. The Attorney General shall annually publish the official Opinions of the Attorney General. The Attorney General shall provide copies to the Principal Chief, the Speaker of the Congress, and the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. ONCA 10-84, eff. Dec. 26, 2010; ONCA 11-65, eff. Sept. 29, 2011; ONCA 16-83, eff. Oct. 4, 2016.