Rick Kearns / Indian Country Today
7/4/08
LIMA, Peru - Activists in Peru are mounting various legal challenges to that nation;s recently passed package of legislation, called ''forest laws,'' which they say will make it ea...
Jerry Reynolds / Indian Country Today
7/4/08
WASHINGTON - During oral arguments in the case of Plains Commerce Bank v...
David E Wilkins
7/4/08
June is typically a harried month for the U.S. Supreme Court, as it hands down a dizzying array of opinions as its session comes to an end...
Gale Courey Toensing / Indian Country Today
7/4/08
INDIAN ISLAND, Maine - At the end of a weeklong Wabanaki Confederacy conference, the Wabanaki Council of Chiefs passed a historic resolution calling on United Nations nongovernment...
Rob Capriccioso
7/4/08
WASHINGTON - Top IHS officials have again stated opposition to the practice of tribes collecting copayments from eligible beneficiaries to help make up for dramatic shortfalls in f...
David Wilkins / University of Minnesota
7/4/08
June is typically a harried month for the U.S. Supreme Court, as it hands down a dizzying array of opinions as its session comes to an end...
Editors Report
7/4/08
During the 20th century, two Quaker presidents dominated the policy directions in Indian affairs...
Bobbie Whitehead / Indian Country Today
7/4/08
RICHMOND, Va. - Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine once again has publicly given his support of the six Virginia Indian tribes seeking federal recognition through legislation...
Letter to the Editor
7/4/08
Now that the campaigns are in full swing between the Republicans and the Democrats, we are witnessing the role the American Constitution will continue to play...
Jerry Reynolds / Indian Country Today
7/4/08
WASHINGTON - Northern Arapaho leaders came to Washington from the Wind River reservation in Wyoming during the last week of June, determined to forge partnerships and institutions ...

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