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Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar Announces $8.4 million in Grants to 131 American Indian tribes
The Tribal Historic Preservation Offices, which operates under the National Historic Preservation Act, got a big show of support on Wednesday, March 7...
Indian Trust Official, Ray Joseph, Exits Interior
WASHINGTON – A high-ranking official focused on Indian affairs at the U.S...
Salazar Appoints Thompson III to Indian Oil Committee
On January 12, the Ken Salazar, the Secretary of Interior, announced the appointment of Robert S. Thompson III to the Indian Oil Valuation Negotiated Rulemaking Committee...
Federal Tribal Consultation Policy Developments
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Justice is seeking public comments on a draft tribal consultation policy by December 31...
Salazar Reaffirms Obama Administration Commitment to Indian Country
LOWER ELWHA KLALLAM, Wash.—Interior Secretary Ken Salazar reaffirmed the Obama administration’s commitment to Indian country September 17, saying one of the president’s “highest pr...
Salazar Snubs Wabanaki Nations
Gale Courey Toensing
The Secretary of the Department of the Interior has missed an opportunity to make good on the Obama administration’s promise to respect and foster the nation-to-nation relationship...
New Commission on Indian Trust
WASHINGTON – The federal agency that has long failed to properly manage Indian trust assets has announced a decision to create a commission to evaluate Indian trust administration ...
Salazar May Not Return
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar was recently asked by The Denver Post whether he would continue to serve if Obama is re-elected in 2012. His response was a bit of a surprise...
Secretary Salazar Wants His Pay
Cobell Indians Still Waiting for Their Money A new congressional battle over a pay increase for Department of the Interior Secretary Ken Salazar serves to indirectly highlight the ...
Interior Department Grants Shell Permission to Do Preliminary Drilling in Chukchi Sea
Environmentalists reacted strongly to the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE) announcement on Thursday August 30 that Shell has been granted permission to do limi...
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