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Trimble: Time for another backlash?
Charles E Trimble
Recent Indian Country Today articles - "The backlash against California tribal casinos," by James May, and "First Nations and states: Contesting polities," by David Wilkins, both d...
Ho-Chunk may set up in Chicago
BLACK RIVER FALLS, Wis. - The Ho-Chunk Nation claim a casino near Chicago could be possible, and very profitable for the residents of the community and the tribe...
Let the Games Begin: Competitive parity is a good idea
In a recent edition of "Let the Games Begin" we praised the St...
Stand up for your rights
Indian leaders and Indian people everywhere: stand up for your rights!...
Montana Bison Range and refuge management in question
Determined Law Resource Center continues to fight for justice
HELENA, Mont. - Steady perseverance might best describe the work of the Indian Law Resource Center...
Bluehouse: Our objective is to restore harmony
Editors' Note: There are still many tribal ways that can be applied to the resolution of conflict and the bringing of justice to a difficult situation...
Sub-division requires cooperation
OLD MASSETT, British Columbia - Following years of population decline, the northern tip of the Queen Charlotte Islands (Haida Gwaii) will experience growth later this summer, led b...
Traditional wampum carries message of health
QUEBEC - Since it left Joe Jacob's home in Kahnawake, Quebec, the Diabetes Wampum Belt has been carried by walkers, bicyclists, canoes and runners across 1,500 miles, through more ...
Look north for golfing pleasure
EDMONTON, Alberta - While the season is shorter for golf courses operating north of the border, duffers who make the trip into Canada's west to enjoy Indian-owned links will be rew...
'The Seminole and Miccosukee Tribes of Southern Florida' by Patsy West
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. - A miniature blast of gunpowder and a plume of noxious white smoke once embedded gradations of gray onto delicate glass sheets...
Native Cooking Column by Dale Carson
Mid-June is near perfection time, weather-wise. Guess this is why so many weddings are in June. Celebrations of all sorts are happening now...
Shadow of receivership still dominates trust fund trial
WASHINGTON - The latest unlikely twist in the unfolding labyrinth of the trust funds reform trial is that congressional modifications to the federal trust obligation established in...
Northwest salmon make legal headway
WASHINGTON - By ruling against the Interior Department's current plan for restoring the salmon in the Columbia-Snake River Basin, U.S...
Graton Rancheria sponsors community meetings to address casino concerns
Labin and Dossett: Vigilance through the Tribal Supreme Court Project
Have we not for years had before our eyes a sample of their designs, and are they not sufficient harbingers of their future determinations? ?...
Pommersheim is the difference for South Dakota program
VERMILLION, S.D. - The University of South Dakota's Indian law program may be small, but one dedicated professor has given it a national reputation...
Marquez: National Impact Study will document economic realities
The socioeconomic impact of Indian gaming is a subject of much speculation and debate, and thus it concerns me that in recent months many of us in Indian country have witnessed art...
Courts no help against hog farm
RAPID CITY, S.D...
Singer: The Supreme Court's attack on tribal sovereignty
Joseph William Singer
Over the last 20 years, the Supreme Court has led a massive assault on tribal sovereignty...
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