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5 Tribal Land and Water Rights Bills Get SCIA Attention
Seeking to hear directly from tribal leaders on the important issue of land and water rights, Senate Committee on Indian Affairs Chairman Jon Tester (D-Mont.) held a hearing on fiv...
Crow and 18 Other Tribes Net $3.2 Million in Energy and Mineral Grants From Interior
The Crow Tribe has received a $655,000 grant for its Yellowtail hydropower project, one of 19 tribes netting 21 grants totaling $3.2 million under the federal Energy and Mineral De...
Arizona Rancher Who Charged Tourists to Access Grand Canyon Skywalk Jailed Over Altercation
Nigel Turner owns a swath of land that tourists legally pass through to access the Hualapai Tribe’s Skywalk Grand Canyon, the horseshoe-shaped, glass overhang offering unrivaled vi...
Hualapai Claim Victory in Latest Skywalk Court Round
In ongoing court battles over the right to manage the world-famous Grand Canyon Skywalk, the Hualapai Tribe claims victory in the latest round...
Arizona Tribes Commend Keep the Promise Act of 2013
A recent Bill in the Arizona Congress looks to keep a strong relationship between the state government and tribal governments while maintaining a balanced vision of Indian gaming i...
Study: Colorado River Water Supply Slowly Falling Short of Users
The Colorado River – which is the lifeblood to 40 million people and no less than 22 tribes – stands to fall at least 3.2 million acre-feet short of its users’ needs by 2060...
Skywalk a Fixture for Hualapai Tribe Tourism in Grand Canyon
The road is long, washboard rough, and dusty, yet cars and busses, lots of them, are moving in both directions...
Hualapai Tribe Declares Eminent Domain to Manage Grand Canyon Skywalk
The Hualapai Tribal Nation has voted to take over the management of the Grand Canyon Skywalk from David Jin, the tourist attraction's Las Vegas-based developer, reported the Associ...
Hualapai Tribe Demands Apology From Skywalk Developer for Racist Comments
The Hualapai Tribe is demanding an apology from Grand Canyon Skywalk developer David Jin for "racist" comments made by his spokesperson, reported Fox 11 ...
Honga and Vaughn: Council Must Resolve Skywalk Legal Issues, Improve Facilities
Hualapai Tribal Council members Waylon Honga and Charles Vaughn give their side of the story on the legal controversy surrounding the tribe's Grand Canyon Skywalk , the glass-botto...
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