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Republicans Kill In-State Tuition Bill
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Thinking About ‘Tribes’
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Thing About Skins
‘Rebirth of a Nation’: Navajo Bluestone Housing Project
Housing on the Navajo Nation is about to get a major upgrade, thanks in part to an energetic partnership between tribal housing officials and a former Frank Lloyd Wright protégé...
NAHASDA Passes House; All Eyes on Senate Now
“NAHASDA is a pillar in the federal government’s trust relationship with our Native peoples and continues to support overwhelmingly successful housing initiatives,” Congressman Don...
Housing Conditions In Indian Country: ‘Couch-Surfing and Overcrowded’; More Is Needed
Native leaders testified at a Senate hearing Wednesday that housing efforts across Indian country have shown early success, but more is needed to address the pervasive epidemic of ...
The Year in Politics
Over the past year, one of the most story-lines in Indian country was the push for stronger government-to-government relations as well as improved living conditions throughout Turt...
Brian Cladoosby Lays Out NCAI’s Priorities in Time for Lame Duck Session
Gale Courey Toensing
The National Congress of American Indians members passed more than five dozen new resolutions at its annual meeting recently, but one of the first things the organization will deal...
Tribes Seeks Sovereignty Grand Slam With Reauthorization of Housing Act
When Congress approved the Native American Housing Assistance and Self Determination Act in 1996, turning over control of federal housing assistance to tribes, it was a big home ru...
Tribal Housing: Big Challenges Remain, But Some Positives Seen As Well
Hefty challenges remain for American Indian housing advocates battling inadequate and decaying reservation homes, continuing overcrowding of units, and a lack of outside investment...
NAFOA Housing Panel Aims to 'Raise the Roof'
The panel session “Raising the Roof: a Discussion of Indian Housing” at the Native American Finance Officers Association (NAFOA)’s 30th anniversary conference in New Orleans on Mar...
Citizenship Denied: The Latest in the Cherokee Freedmen Saga
This story was researched and developed last week and will be in the September 21 issue of This Week From Indian Country Today ...
HUD Denies Cherokee Funding Over Freedmen Issue
WASHINGTON – The Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma has released a letter indicating that the U.S...
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