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Power Brokers, Part I: The Senate Committee on Indian Affairs
The United States Senate handles a high volume of work across a multitude of platforms...
Senate Unanimously Approves a Tribal Amendment to Immigration Reform
On June 18 the Senate voted unanimously (94-0) to approve a tribal amendment to the S.744 Immigration reform bill that will add four tribal government officials to the Border Overs...
Murkowski: Administration Shirking Indian Health Cost Reimbursement
One of the leading senators focused on Indian affairs says the Obama administration is shirking its responsibility to reimburse Indian tribes for contract support costs they incur ...
S. 340 Hearing Could Restore 70,075 Acres to Alaska Natives
On Thursday, April 25 the Public Lands Subcommittee will be holding a hearing on the Southeast Alaska Native Land Entitlement Finalization and Jobs Protection Act, that will return...
How to Stop the Sequester: Win the Next Election
A couple of weeks ago I was on Capitol Hill. In between meetings, I sat in the sun and watched tourists come and go...
Megan Gregory a Young Leader Brings Message of Hope for Indian Youth
Gale Courey Toensing
When Megan Gregory spoke at the National Congress of American Indians annual convention last fall, no one shifted, shuffled papers, coughed or whispered—you could have heard a pin ...
Health Care Options Improve for Rural Veterans
Traveling by plane, boat, taxi or all the above for basic health care needs is not uncommon for people who reside on the remote islands and extreme edges of Alaska, reported The Br...
Versatility of Business Suits Alaska Native Student
Not only was 20-year-old Alaska Native student Lauren Sophia Ashana Johnson chosen to represent Alaska for the 100 year anniversary of the National Cherry Blossom Festival in Washi...
Senators Rebuke Interior on Missing Tribal Jobs Reports
WASHINGTON – Congressional pressure is mounting on the U.S...
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...
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