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Ramping Up Economic Development Policy for Tribes
Maybe you’ve heard: The Department of the Interior’s (DOI) Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs has a deputy for policy and economic development ...
Whitecap Dakota on the Road to Autonomy
As debate swirls in political circles over whether or not to repeal the Indian Act, a Saskatchewan First Nation has essentially shucked it with the recent signing of an agreement t...
From Tribal Representatives to State Legislatures
From time immemorial, most Indian nations have exchanged visits between knowledgeable tribal members and leaders...
Tribal Council Removes Late Chairwoman’s Memorial From Reservation Cemetery
In a tangled mess of tribal politics run amuck, three of five council members of the Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Potawatomi (NHBPI) voted on October 20, 2011 to remove late chai...
New Executive Tribal Planning Certificate Program Begins This Month
Eastern Washington University’s Executive Tribal Planning Certificate Program kicks off this month. The 23-credit graduate level program begins January 9...
Oliphant Decision Led to Jurisdictional Issues on Indian Reservations
In 1973, during the annual celebration of the Suquamish Indian Tribe, Mark David Oliphant, a non-tribal member, was arrested and charged with assaulting a tribal police officer and...
Concurrent Criminal Jurisdiction in Indian Country
In recent decades tribal governments and communities have reported through congressional testimonies and research on the administration of justice that reservation Indian communiti...
New Tribal-State Relations
All of the 50 states recognize the sovereignty of tribal governments ...
Six Sworn in to the Hopi Tribal Council Representatives
Village leaders and current Hopi Tribal Council members recently swore in six newly elected village representatives...
Hopi Tribal Council Reduces Tribal Chairman’s Powers
UPDATED December 9, 2011: The Hopi Tribal Council has voted unanimously to reduce the scope of the tribal chairman’s authority and to end the legal services of its tribal attorney...
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