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Breaking: Victory for Tribes as SCOTUS Ties in Dollar General
In a narrow victory for the nation’s 567 federally-recognized tribal nations, the United States Supreme Court today announced a 4-4 deadlock in Dollar General v...
Breaking: SCOTUS Overturns Ninth Circuit, Upholds Tribal Court Convictions
In a historic victory for tribal jurisprudence, the United States Supreme Court today ruled that prior uncounseled tribal court convictions used in subsequent criminal cases does n...
US Legal System A Weapon Against Native Peoples
Tanya H. Lee
Harvard Law School left him ill-equipped to serve his tribe effectively in any legal capacity, said Robert Odawi Porter, keynote speaker at the April 29 “Native Peoples, Native Pol...
Nebraska v. Parker a Win for Omaha Tribe & Indian Country
“The Supreme Court’s decision in Nebraska v...
Will Natives Get a Fair Chance to Vote in 2016? Not According to Many Lawsuits
The voting rights of American Indians and Alaska Natives have been eroded or ignored since the United States Supreme Court overturned a key provision of the Voting Rights Act in 20...
Replacing Scalia: Diane Humetewa Would Be Great Supreme Court Choice
Tanya H. Lee
Diane J. Humetewa, the first American Indian woman to serve on the federal bench, could be in line to become the first American Indian U.S...
Native Voters Turned Away at Polls Sue North Dakota
Tribal elder Dorothy Herman voted in North Dakota for more than 40 years...
Hans C. Walker Jr., Trailblazing Native American Lawyer, Walks On at 89
Hans C. Walker Jr., one of the first Native American lawyers to lead the push to enforce tribal treaty rights, died at his home in Alexandria, Virginia, on Sunday, December 20...
First Impressions: Dollar General and Indian Country
As the dust settled from Monday’s Supreme Court hearing in Dollar General v...
Tribal Justice on Trial: Dollar General, Part II
This is the second in a series examining Dollar General v...
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