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NCAI Prez Demands New Farm Bill After Blizzard That Killed 100,000 Animals
Fresh from his election as the 21st president of the National Congress of American Indians (NCAI), Brian Cladoosby has made it a priority to get aid for tribal members whose homes ...
Government Reopens; Indian Country Still Sequestered
Republicans in the U.S. Congress accepted a plan October 16 to fund the federal government until January 15 and to raise the nation’s debt limit until February 7...
The Government Shutdown Hits Indian Country Hard on Many Fronts
The government shutdown continues into its third week as funds are drying up for many agencies struggling to remain open...
Oklahoma Tribes Weathering the Shutdown
In the Southwest Oklahoma town of Anadarko, Oklahoma, one of the largest employers is the federal government...
House Legislators Want Furloughed Federal Employees to Receive Missed Pay
Some Republican House members want the 800,000 federal employees who have been furloughed as a result of the ongoing government shutdown to be paid for their forced missed work...
Shoshone-Bannock Takes Preemptive Approach to Government Shutdown
The Shoshone-Bannock Tribes of the Fort Hall Reservation in Idaho says it has seen little effects in the early days of the government shutdown of October 1, however all of that cou...
First in Line: Government Shutdown Hits Indian Country
Washington, D.C. has been shut down for 63 hours, and while the effects aren’t entirely noticeable throughout the United States yet, they are glaring in Indian country...
President Shelly Issues Statement Regarding Government Shutdown
The Government Shutdown went into effect at midnight on October 1, leaving some 800,000 non-essential government employees furloughed without pay until further notice...
Shutdown Fallout: Chickasaw Cole Not Ready to Be Speaker of the House
Limited Services Provided by Indian Affairs During Government Shutdown
With the government shutdown now in its second day and around 800,000 non-essential government workers being furloughed, some offices working directly with Indian country will have...
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