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President Shelly Lists Concerns About the Affordable Care Act
Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly said he was concerned about the health care Navajo people may receive under the Affordable Care Act and the health insurance exchanges the act cr...
Strengthening the Navajo Nation Through Business, Sovereignty & Water
Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly on July 23 said he was “pleased to know that we are making progress in the Navajo Nation,” after he signed three different bills into law...
State of the Navajo Nation Report Earns Council Approval
On July 15, Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly and Vice President Rex Lee Jim jointly delivered the State of the Navajo Nation report to the Navajo Council during opening day of it...
Navajo President Shelly Calls the Sequester an Opportunity for Indian Nations
Indian country, just like the rest of the country, is looking at the sequester as a thorn in its side, however Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly sees the sequester as an opportuni...
Navajo Route 20 Begins, Projected to Be Open Mid-August
On June 9, Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly broke ground on the Navajo Route 20, during a ceremony held at Tsinaabaas Habitiin Elementary School in Bodaway-Gap, Arizona...
Department of Diné Education Closed Following Mold Levels
The Department of Diné Education (DODE) was closed on June 3, following the findings of elevated amounts of mold in the air and on surfaces leading Navajo Nation and president Ben ...
Navajo Council Forms Liability Company to Buy Navajo Mine
The Navajo Nation Council has voted to form a limited liability company to buy the tribe’s first coal mine, taking the controversial idea one step further...
Navajo Generating Station Lease Approved, 15 Amendments Attached
The Navajo Nation Council has approved a controversial renewal to the tribe’s lease with the Navajo Generating Station – but with 15 amendments that could break the deal...
Navajo Nation Council Tables Navajo Generating Station Lease
The Navajo Nation Council has tabled a decision on a lease renewal with the Navajo Generating Station, the controversial, coal-fired power plant on tribal land near Page, Arizona...
Navajo Nation Council in Favor of Firing Tribe's Attorney General Harrison Tsosie
The Navajo Nation Council has made a move to fire the tribe’s attorney general, alleging he’s been unresponsive to the council’s directives and hasn’t worked well on behalf of the ...
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