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Thing About Skins
Elouise Cobell Recovering from Cancer Surgery
Elouise Cobell Elouise Cobell, a member of the Blackfeet Nation and the lead plaintiff in the class-action lawsuit Cobell v. Salazar , is recovering from cancer surgery...
Dartmouth to Give Cobell Honorary Degree
Elouise Cobell Dartmouth will be giving out nine honorary degrees at it’s June 11 commencement ceremony—one of which will go to Elouise Cobell, the lead plaintiff in the class-acti...
Interior Sets Cobell Land Consolidation Consultations
WASHINGTON –The Department of the Interior has signaled that it will soon publish a Federal Register notice announcing its intent to begin formal government-to-government consultat...
ILCC Enhances the 'Circle of Indigenous Lending'
Indian Land Capital Company (ILCC) plans to raise $4 million this year to create a $100 million investment fund from tribal sources for Indian Country over the next decade, the fir...
Looking for Answers
ANADARKO, Okla.—To Eddie Jacobs, the Cobell case is personal. He is not just an Individual Indian Monies (IIM) account holder with a number, he said...
Cobell Lawyers Up the Ante In Demand for More Money
How much money is fighting the good fight worth?...
Cobell's Final Toll
For most Americans, securing a $3.4 billion payout and getting the federal government to admit it had screwed up would be a major achievement, but for many Native Americans still h...
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