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NMAI Profile: Jeff Haozous
Historical Precision in Indian Law
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Tunica Biloxi Launches Consumer Lending Regulatory Commission
The Tunica Biloxi Tribe of Louisiana is starting what may be a first-of-its-kind regulatory commission to oversee tribal consumer lending...
Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe Burns Crop, Suspends Marijuana Operation
Sarah Sunshine Manning
On Saturday, the Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribal Council voted to temporarily suspend their marijuana operation. By that evening, their first marijuana crop was in flames...
A Modest Ernie Stensgar Honored by NIGA for Selfless Dedication to Sovereignty
After more than three decades of service defending and advancing Indian rights and championing tribal self-reliance, longtime Coeur d'Alene tribal leader Ernie Stensgar is being ho...
Gaming Challenges to Sovereignty Highlight G2E
Challenges to tribal sovereignty remain one of the most contentious issues in American Indian gaming...
Lummi Chairman: We Will Fight Coal Terminal ‘By All Means Necessary’
August 17 was just another summer day, with the sun setting late, and Tim Ballew prepared his gear and set out for Cherry Point, Washington to exercise his treaty-reserved right to...
Disappearing Indians, Part II: The Hypocrisy of Race In Deciding Who’s Enrolled
The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Santa Clara Pueblo v...
Disappearing Indians: Who Decides Who’s In and Who’s Out?
Julia Martinez is a full-blooded Tewa Indian, a citizen of the Santa Clara Pueblo that has bordered the Rio Grande since the 16th century...
New Age Border Wars: Omaha Tribe of Nebraska v. the Village of Pender
This is a familiar, age-old story, really. It’s about land rights. Boundaries. Debates over sovereignty. Feuds between neighbors. Boycotts. Resistance over taxation...
Why the US and Canada Fear a Human Rights Court, Pt. I: The Global Expansion of International Law
If you can’t get your rights protected in the courts of the country where you have been placed by accident of birth, your choices are rebellion or an appeal to international law...
Maine Gov. and Penobscot Chief Agree: Relationship Must Be a Two-Way Street
Gale Courey Toensing
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