In the interview series Meet Native America, the...
Every Presidential election sees characters come out of the...
The following are the remarks delivered by Acting Associate...
Urban sprawl is posing many threats to Indian country when...
The Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Section...
An investigative piece in the Sioux Falls Argus Leader has...
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Politics

Brian Daffron
3/11/12
In many states, $31 in marijuana sales may land an individual in drug court, mandatory counseling or with a misdemeanor fine...
Sara Shahriari
3/11/12
Stephen Corry’s Tribal Peoples for Tomorrow’s World : A Guide (Survival International, 2011) offers a galloping overview of the history and modern challenges faced by its title sub...
ICTMN Staff
3/11/12
On February 28, U.S. District Judge Roslyn O. Silver sentenced Gila River teenager Johnny Lopez, 17, of Laveen, Arizona to a combined 30 years of imprisonment...
Carol Berry
3/11/12
This article has been corrected. The Save the Peaks Coalition March 9 filed a petition for a rehearing en banc in the U.S...
ICTMN Staff
3/10/12
On March 5, Curtis Honanie informed all Hopi tribal employees that he was resigning as Chief of Staff from the Office of Hopi Chairman LeRoy Shingoitewa...
ICTMN Staff
3/10/12
On February 25, local authorities in Casa Grande, Arizona arrested Hernan Ramirez-Orteja and later turned him over to federal officials on a federal warrant that was stemming from ...
Carol Berry
3/9/12
Repeated efforts by the Muscogee (Creek) Nation to conduct tobacco sales without state intervention appear to have floundered in a federal appeals court which dismissed sovereignty...
Vincent Schilling
3/9/12
On the morning of March 5, a Wanblee resident was forced off the road as huge semi-tractor-trailers made their way through the Oglala Sioux Nation’s Pine Ridge Reservation...
Carol Berry
3/9/12
The bipartisan Native American Caucus of State Legislatures in Colorado has given its support to a bill that would promote Native language learning in the state’s public schools by...
Brian Daffron
3/9/12
At the end of the 2011 Oklahoma legislative session, Republican Governor Mary Fallin signed HB 2172 into law, which effectively ended the 43-year-old Oklahoma Indian Affairs Commis...

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