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Norton orders inquiry at BIA
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Indian country should support Winnebago tax fight
Any way one looks at it, this is a crass prosecution...
Senate approves energy measure
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Compulsive gambling: Arizona tribes step up to the plate
As we've discussed in previous editions of this column, the proliferation of gaming opportunities across the U.S., including lotteries, racetracks, and commercial and tribal casino...
Prairie Island Indian community prepares for nuclear disaster
PRAIRIE ISLAND, Minn. ? The Minnesota Senate unanimously passed a resolution last month urging the U.S...
Bush administration opposes Rocky Boy Reservation water project
WASHINGTON, D.C. ? The Bush administration announced April 24 that it was opposed to spending $200 million on a water project for the Rocky Boy Reservation in Montana...
U.S. v. White Mountain Apache Tribe
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Committee passes Hull's compact bill
A letter to the Seventh Generation by Lincoln Tritt (Gwich'in)
No matter how well adjusted an individual feels as an indigenous person, one would have to consider the fact that after 500 years of mind manipulation there have to be many non-ind...
N.J. senator weighs in on BIA scandal
WASHINGTON, D.C. ? Sen. Robert G...
The legacy of religious racism in U.S. Indian law
On Aug. 6, 2001, in Geneva, Switzerland, two high-level U.S...
Fannie Mae will use tribal courts
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Kansas threatens Winnebagos with extradition
WINNEBAGO, Neb. ? Tax warfare is escalating between Kansas and the Winnebago tribe of Nebraska...
Collapse of ethics: The case against Chagnon and Neel
ITHACA, N.Y. ? Anthropology is the science of human beings, their physical characteristics, origins, environment and cultures...
Yanomami challenge anthropology, demand blood samples back
Three Yanomami leaders were in Indian country in early April, at Cornell University in Ithaca, N.Y., for a parley with highly placed academics and human-rights researchers...
Tribe shares good fortune
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) took another big step towards completion on April 12...
Schumer to oppose nomination of former tribal liaison
WASHINGTON, D.C. ? Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., announced April 19 he planned to oppose the nomination of Judith Hard, Gov. George Pataki's choice for U.S...
Blackfeet metal fabrication firm expands operations
BROWNING, Mont. ? After a rocky start, officials at the Blackfeet-owned Pikuni Industries Inc...
Renault apologizes for offensive ads
French auto manufacturer Renault and its advertising agency, Publicis, are to be commended for their timely response and attempt at an official apology to Indian country for a seri...
Eyre, Alexie premieres fill silver screen at Taos film festival
TAOS, N.M. ? "Those teepees need Viagra," said comedian Drew Lacapa...
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