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Steven Newcomb
4/2/10
I n the 1923 case Cramer v. United States , the U.S...
Jennifer Ashawasegai, Today correspondent
4/2/10
N ow that the 2010 Winter Olympics are over, First Nations in British Columbia, Canada are hoping the warm feelings will extend far beyond the games...
Dave Palermo, Today correspondent
4/1/10
T ribal governments and commercial gambling companies are softening their opposition to legal Internet wagering, although it does not appear likely that pending legislation to perm...
4/1/10
The United Nation’s Human Rights Council (HRC) has begun a year-long review of the United States’ human rights record, with particular attention to be paid to the nation’s treatmen...
4/1/10
The health care reform bill that passed earlier this month includes a number of provisions to provide better health care to American Indians. Sen...
4/1/10
The Gila River Indian Community is funding a media campaign portraying the Tohono O’odham Nation as “greedy” for seeking to build a casino adjacent to Glendale...
3/31/10
Phil Little Thunder’s eyes, standing out against the black paint that surrounded them, took in the adults and children dancing around him as the song filled his ears...
3/31/10
The Supreme Court has not granted review of any Indian law cases in the current term, but you won't hear complaints from the Tribal Supreme Court Project...
3/31/10
More than a month has passed since Middleboro officials asked the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe for some reassurance that their deal to bring a resort casino to town is still secure, but...
3/31/10
For the second time in a week, a North County Indian band has won litigation against the state over slot machines...
3/31/10
The Pascua Yaqui, Quechan and Colorado River Indian Tribes (CRIT) are among the eight Native American communities in Arizona to receive a total of more than $1 million in new Effic...
Letter to the Editor
3/30/10
I n her “Ask Elouise” letter published March 24, Ms. Cobell makes a false statement about the Osage Nation’s successful intervention into the Cobell v. Salazar case...
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
3/30/10
SPOKANE, Wash...
Lesley Wright, The Arizona Republic
3/30/10
PHOENIX (AP) – Shannon Begaye did not aspire to be a teacher. She thought she would go into law for the money, then into computers for the fun...
John Stark, The Bellingham Herald
3/30/10
FERNDALE, Wash...
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
3/30/10
DURANGO, Colo...
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
3/30/10
MOSCOW, Idaho – The University of Idaho College of Law recently held its fifth annual conference to look at issues involving Indian country; this year’s emphasis was on economics...
Staff reports
3/30/10
PALM SPRINGS, Calif...
3/30/10
Standing on a hill overlooking a vast prairie on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota is a tall, lone, leafless cottonwood tree, encircled by a man-made wooded corral and fen...
3/30/10
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