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Test of Policy (Not Character)
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Thing About Skins
Two years after California's proposition 1A, Indian gaming still faces controversy
SACRAMENTO, Calif. ? March 7 marked the two-year anniversary of the absolute legality of Indian gaming in California...
Makah whiting take nixed by federal court
SEATTLE ? A federal appeals court in Seattle has rejected a compromise agreement between the Makah Tribe and the National Maritime Fisheries Service. On March 5, the U.S...
Confirmation hearing on Federal bench for Alaska today
WASHINGTON - The Senate will meet today to consider Executive Calendar 706. This is to conduct hearings on the confirmation of the nomination of Ralph Beistline for U.S...
Recognition: It's time for politics in the open and an end to turf games
Suzan Shown Harjo
Nothing in Washington is guarded more jealously than turf...
Trust Fund dialogue worth pursuing
Certainly there is plenty of blame to go around the multi-billion dollar fiasco of lost Trust Funds...
Task force formed to resolve Klamath water problems
WASHINGTON - A Cabinet-level task force has been formed to resolve the complex water situation in the Klamath Basin...
Chinooks' recognition delayed again
SEATTLE ? The Chinook Nation of Washington must wait at least four more months before learning whether the tribe will be granted federal recognition...
Golf course builder wants to give something back
LONGWOOD, Fla. ? Growing up on the Potawatomi reservation in Kansas, Cecil Walker got lucky...
Black history helps illuminate persistent issues
February was black history month. A lot of people don't like black history month because it tends to dredge up a lot of unhappy memories...
Navajo plans bid to join Campbell in Congress
WASHINGTON ? There may soon be another voice from Indian country on Capitol Hill...
Dann Sisters Hang Tough in Nevada
CRESCENT VALLEY, Nevada—Western Shoshone traditionalist, rancher and grandmother Carrie Dann has spent nearly three decades fighting the U.S...
Michael Enas probably didn't have a clue
Carey N Vicenti
The U.S. Supreme Court recently denied 'certiorari' in an Indian case. That means they won't entertain the appeal ? (they think the use of Latin lends their work dignity)...
Former BIA official inks documents after leaving post
The Inexhaustable Wall Street Journal
This week's goat is The Wall Street Journal, whose March 1, 2002 editorial "Big Chief Pataki" contains more distortions than any one rebuttal can handle...
The Wall Street Journal loses respect
It will be very difficult from this day forward to have serious respect for The Wall Street Journal, a newspaper with which we have often disagreed but had at least appreciated for...
Do we have a responsibility for our relatives?
Charmaine White Face
You see the words all over, on bumper stickers, on lapel pins, on refrigerator magnets, the words 'Mitakuye oyasin.' I've even seen them in California...
White Mountain Apache general election set
The slate of candidates for the White Mountain Apache Tribe general election on April 3 is set. The tribe's primary elections were held on Feb.6...
Jim Crow legacy still disrupts Oklahoma Seminoles
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. ? The ugly head of racism is still alive and well in Indian country...
Housing funder makes tribal grants
WASHINGTON, DC ? The Housing Assistance Council hopes to repeat this year what it did in 2001 ?...
Daschle announces end to plan for Alaska drilling
WASHINGTON, D.C. ? Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle (D, S.D.) announced that plans for oil drilling in the Alaska National Wildlife Refuge have come to a halt...
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