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From Confrontation to Collaboration
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People of the Hemp, Part 2
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Thing About Skins
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Gail K Pechuli
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Hayworth speaks out on Indian country
Editor's note: U.S. Rep. J.D...
Newcomb: Toward a doctrine of American Indian independence
Next year will mark 30 years since Vine Deloria Jr...
Indian title of Energy Bill poised to pass floor vote in Senate
WASHINGTON - The National Energy Bill is expected to pass the Senate on a party line vote July 28, and along with it an Indian title that would streamline the tribal energy develop...
Rhode Island invasion images leave lasting impression
CHARLESTOWN, R.I. - July 14 brought conflict to the Narragansett Indian reservation in Charlestown...
Trust funds litigation finds a new path
WASHINGTON - As a court trial to determine a method of settling accounts in the Indian trust fund litigation closed out July 8, a Congressional settlement attempt crept its way acr...
Gov. Davis backs latest version of sacred sites protection bill
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - A year after vetoing legislation to protect California Indian sacred sites, Gov...
Harjo: Trust funds, the rule of law and regular order
Suzan Shown Harjo
Tens of thousands of Indian people died trying to get the federal government to settle their trust accounts and pay them the money earned from their own land...
Is it 'revenue sharing' or 'extortion'?
As more and more tribes seek to enter the gaming business, the topic of how or even whether to "share" Indian gaming revenues has taken on ever-greater importance...
Business boycott called in South Dakota border town
Former chairwoman announces bid for legislature
PALM SPRINGS, Calif. - Former Morongo chairwoman and current council member Mary Ann Andreas is now seeking a larger council seat, one in the California State Assembly...
Health bill hearing raises doubts
WASHINGTON - There was no cry in the crisis of Indian health identified by speakers at a joint congressional hearing July 16, and Rep...
Indian Trust contempt ruling thrown out
A contempt ruling against Interior Secretary Gale Norton and former Assistant Secretary for Indian affairs Neal McCaleb was thrown out July 18 by a federal appeals court. On Sept...
Statement by Senator Tom Daschle on today's District Court ruling
WASHINGTON, DC - The following is a statement from Senator Tom Daschle in reaction to today's U.S...
Pool makes a splash with positive results
METLAKATLA, Alaska - Bedlam might be too strong of a description, yet as three dozen youngsters and teens frolic at the indoor pool of Metlakatla, Alaska, such an adjective wouldn'...
Narragansett Exclusive: Public rallies to Indian cause as state wavers
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Special Report: Narragansett legal analysis
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News from the north: A digest of First Nations news from Canada
C-7 gets ugly OTTAWA - The continuing battle between the Minister of Indian Affairs Robert Nault and the Assembly of First Nations continued to degenerate on July 3 with a newspape...
City agrees to work with Nansemonds on land offer
Defying the Silence: Part Three of Three
Although several tribes in California have at least a few tribal members involved in language revitalization, they often face an uphill battle...
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