Editors Report
6/21/06
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) – Illegal gaming machines at convenience stores and bars are costing Indian tribes and race track casinos millions of dollars a year, according to the co-author ...
Kay Humphrey
6/21/06
RAPID CITY, S.D. – Running has always been a way of life for Shannon Burnette...
Op-Ed
6/21/06
We’ve been showing in recent weeks that the two legal doctrines used to dispossess Indians don’t have a leg to stand on...
Editors Report
6/21/06
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) – State officials are working to clarify tribal gaming laws after three American Indian casinos began offering games involving dice...
Bill Briggs
6/21/06
BAYFIELD, Colo. (AP) – Her backyard court is a patch of reddish dirt where each dribble kicks up a wisp of reservation dust...
Suzan Shown Harjo
6/21/06
Columnist Native American sacred places are under attack. Now. Not in the distant past. Not when it’s too late to do anything about it. Now...
Cynthia Tam, CFP®
6/21/06
VISTA, Calif. – There are three schools of equities investment on the buy side: growth, value and blend...
Jerry Reynolds
6/21/06
Part Four Editors’ note: Keith Harper, an attorney with the Native American Rights Fund, has been part of the attorney team working on Cobell v...
Staff Reports
6/21/06
MADISON, Wis. – The Choctaw Scleroderma Foundation, a newly formed American Indian health organization, has announced that June is Scleroderma Awareness Month...
Charles Patterson
6/21/06
Guest columnist Despite billions spent on traditional foreign aid and development programs since the 1960s, little progress has been made in ending rural poverty in Latin America, ...

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