Jurisdiction is conferred on the State of Kansas over offenses committed by or against
Indians on Indian reservations, including trust or restricted allotments, within the
State of Kansas, to the same extent as its courts have jurisdiction over offenses
committed elsewhere within the State in accordance with the laws of the State.
This section shall not deprive the courts of the United States of jurisdiction over
offenses defined by the laws of the United States committed by or against Indians
on Indian reservations.
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