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Tribal Law and Order Act Five Years Later: What Works and What Doesn’t
Tanya H. Lee
Judge William A. Thorne Jr., Pomo Coast Miwok, moderated a roundtable discussion by the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs on the Tribal Law and Order Act of 2010...
So Close! How the Senate Almost Passed a Clean Carcieri Fix
Senator Akaka Staff Meet with Native Hawaiian Leaders
The Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement was able to share its five priorities with members of Senator Daniel Akaka’s staff recently...
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...
Akaka to Push Passage of Carcieri and More in Lame Duck Session
Gale Courey Toensing
Senator Daniel Kahikina Akaka and Loretta Tuell, his chief of staff and chief counsel on the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, said they won’t stop working to pass a clean Carcie...