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High Court: Feds to Contract with Tribe
June 27, 2012
In another win for tribal self-determination, the U.S...
Pueblo Woman Contests Hit-and-Run Conviction
May 14, 2012
The lieutenant governor in 2009 of the Pueblo of Pojoaque, New Mexico, is challenging her conviction of knowingly leaving the scene of a car accident where she hit and killed a ped...
Violations Following Parole Send Man Back to Jail
March 22, 2012
A long-term prisoner was out of confinement only three months before he accumulated five violations for marijuana and prescription drug use and several drug-related offenses, accor...
A Voting Victory for Wind River Reservation
February 25, 2012
Indian voters living in and around Wyoming’s Wind River Indian Reservation may be able to elect more Native county commissioners thanks to a ruling by a federal appeals court...
Appeals Court: Ban on Sharia and International Law ‘Likely Unconstitutional’
Gale Courey Toensing
January 20, 2012
A federal appeals court has unanimously upheld a lower court ruling blocking the implementation of an Oklahoma state law that would prohibit the use of Islamic Sharia law or intern...
Church of Latter-Day Saints Challenged
December 27, 2011
Ruling on a request termed “incomprehensible,” a three-judge panel of the U.S...
Government Contests Cost Payments
December 26, 2011
Even if Uncle Sam is short on cash, the government may have to pay—or not—contract support costs (CSC) under a law designed to increase Native participation in federal services to ...
Supreme Court Approached on ICWA Issue
December 10, 2011
The Cherokee Nation and one of its members have asked the U.S. Supreme Court to decide issues raised by a ruling of the U.S...
Ute Lawsuit Has Deep Roots
November 21, 2011
The past isn’t dead—it isn’t even past, according to an adage that may mirror issues aired November 17 in oral argument before a three-judge panel of the U.S...
State Law Challenges Tribal Autonomy
November 17, 2011
Native American Heritage Month will see a key test of sovereignty in the U.S...
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