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Members of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs expressed frustration during its June 24 oversight hearing “ Demanding Results to End Native Youth Suicide .” Committee Chairman J...
Tribal Sovereignty Gets Big Boost in Obama's New Budget
A historic event happened in Indian Country this month.
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Recognition for Service by Native Americans May Finally Be Coming
Native Americans, including American Indians, Alaska Natives and Native Hawaiians, serve at a higher rate in the U.S...
Top 5 Ways Senators Used Indian Affairs Hearing to Push Their Pet Projects
Even a person only casually acquainted with Native Americans who viewed the May 15 hearing of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs in which U.S...
Cobell Lawyers Reprimanded for Money Request
The Cobell lawyers are stoking the ire of political power players and Indians who are alarmed by their growing requests for remuneration...
Akaka Now Leads Senate Committee on Indian Affairs
WASHINGTON – Sen. Daniel Akaka, D-Hi. , was elected Feb. 16 as the new chairman of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs for the 112 th Congress...