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A History of Indian Voting Rights and Why It’s Important to Vote
Dr. Dean Chavers
There has been no Indian Voting Rights Act , and no congressional hearings or testimony on such a bill...
Grand Ronde Tribal Elder Receives Two Awards in One Week
Though she received two prestigious awards in less than one week in September, that doesn’t begin to tell the story of Grand Ronde tribal elder Kathryn Harrison...
Elections 2012: Debating South Dakota’s Lone Voice in Congress
South Dakota’s lone U.S. Representative is an important office for Indian country. The state that once sent a Lakota man, Ben Reifel, to Congress...
Elections 2012: Will Election Resolve the Big Stuff? Disaster Ahead if It Doesn’t
It is said that elections have consequences. One side wins, the other becomes the loyal opposition. Then the game is fought again with new or sometimes the same result...
Elections 2012: Debating the Power of the Presidency
How much power does the President of the United States have? Really?...
Tribes Say IRS Moves to Tax Tribal Per Capita Payments; Congress Investigates
Three tribal leaders testified before the U.S...
A Leader Emerges: Hopi Tribe Adopts New Criminal Code According to Tribal Law and Order Act Standards
The Hopi Tribal Council voted to adopt a new criminal code on August 28, thereby scrapping a 1970s version that all but failed to punish sex crimes and limited tribal prosecutors t...
Interior Posts Federally Recognized Tribes Over Six Months Late
WASHINGTON – The U.S...
4 Questions With Affie Ellis on the Tribal Law and Order Act’s Current Status
In 2010, Congress passed the Tribal Law and Order Act (TLOA)...
Interior Breaks Another Federal Law Involving Tribes and Indians
WASHINGTON – The Interior Department has confirmed that it broke a federal law by not publishing a list of federally recognized tribes by January 30, 2012...
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