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Shutdown Puts American Indian Children in the Crosshairs
Tanya H. Lee
Three children from the Spirit Lake Tribe will not be reconciling with their mom this week because the Bureau of Indian Affairs social worker required to be present at a custody he...
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...
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...
Senate Democrats Defy White House Plan to Cheat Tribal Heath Costs
In a rare policy schism, Senate Democrats have defied pressure from the Democratic White House to include a proposal in the federal budget that would authorize the Indian Health Se...
U.S. Celebrates Dam; Wintu Say It Is 'Scar That Will Never Heal'
There was 183 of them—recently deceased Winnemem Wintu relatives resting beneath the banks of the McCloud River, wrapped in deerskin and buried in a sitting position, facing Mt...
Build on the HEARTH Act: Reform Indian Country Right-of-Way Laws
Brian L. Pierson
Indian people ceded their means of subsistence, their lands, in treaties during the 18th and 19th centuries...
'How Could Anyone Have So Much Hate?' New Kind of Range War in So. Dakota
Mary Annette Pember
“How could anyone have so much hate?” Lori Abdo-Smith says as she shakes her head in dismay...
Murkowski Slams White House Plan to Cheat Tribal Health
House Members Howling Over WH Plan to Cheat Tribes on Health Costs
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