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Washington Landslide Had Ancient Roots
Bear Highway; Darth Vader for President
Chickasaw Nation Cuts Ribbon on Ardmore
Meagen Baldy: The Crunch on Kale Chips
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Memories of Alcatraz Occupation
World Cup Team Supports Indigenous
Tohono O’odham Closer to Glendale Casino
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Chief Many Denny’s
EPA Wants Climate Justice for Tribes
Cabazon Band Fights Hunger in the Valley
NPS Awards $1.3M to Preserve Battlefield
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Nugent: Detractors Are 'Unclean Vermin'
Sealaska Endorses Begich, Mallott & Kito
Rick Mora Wants to Put Your Tribe on TV
Game Company Gives Tech Scholarship
Choctaw Dad Thwarted in Custody Battle
Brutal Murder by Teens of Two Navajo Men
Thing About Skins
We’re In the Funding, White House Confirms Full Contract Support Costs
The White House confirmed February 18 that it has backed off its request last year to Congress to cap contract support costs (CSC) owed to tribes for services provided to tribal ci...
Finally! Indian Country Gets Its Labor Force Report
Gale Courey Toensing
The Interior Department has published the latest report on the American Indian population and labor force, updating and improving on the previous report that was published in 2007 ...
IHS Confused Whether Indian Diabetes Funding Faces Another Sequestration
For the second year in a row, Indian Health Service (IHS) leadership is confused how federal sequestration will impact its budget, leading to questions of responsibility and compet...
Sen. Dorgan on Native Youth, Sequestration, and the Dysfunctional Congress
It’s been three years since the retirement of U.S. Sen...
Will Indian Country Funding Increase Under Budget Deal?
After months of partisan combat, the Republican House and Democratic Senate have both passed a budget deal that alleviates sequestration, but still holds uncertainties for tribal f...
Bipartisan Budget Reached, Vote Expected
“Earlier this year, I called on Congress to work together on a balanced approach to a budget that grows our economy faster and creates more jobs – not through aimless, reckless spe...
Video: Treaty or Not? The Affordable Care Act & Indian Country Ep. 5
The Affordable Care Act is known mostly for it’s challenges, but for Indian country the law will shake up what is currently the Indian health system just like an earthquake...
Video: Treaty or Not? The Affordable Care Act & Indian Country Ep. 4
As the Supreme Court upheld the Affordable Care Act, the second half of the decision is the area that directly impacts Indian country the most...
Video: Treaty or Not? The Affordable Care Act & Indian Country Ep. 3
Episode 3 of Mark Trahant’s in depth look at the Affordable Care Act focuses on the idea of competition and the lack there of within the Health system – especially the Indian healt...
Video: Treaty or Not? The Affordable Care Act & Indian Country Ep. 2
In Episode 2 of Mark Trahant’s video blog series on the Affordable Care Act and its impact on Indian country, Trahant takes a look at the confusing issues that arrived with the pla...
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