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Police Protection in CT Increases: Tribes Can Now Arrest Non-Natives
On Friday, August 1, 27 members of the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Police received the power to arrest non-Natives on tribal land...
Tony West on ICWA: ‘We Will Continue to Stand Up for ICWA’
The following are the remarks of Associate Attorney General Tony West as delivered at the National Indian Child Welfare Association’s 32nd annual Protecting Our Children Conference...
Three Tribes to Exercise Jurisdiction Over Non-Indian Perpetrators Under VAWA
Three American Indian tribes—the Pascua Yaqui Tribe of Arizona, the Tulalip Tribes of Washington, and the Umatilla Tribes of Oregon—will be the first in the nation exercise their i...
Yakama’s ‘Bittersweet’ Moment: Gaining Some Criminal Jurisdiction
Even as Gov...
Big Bubba Lawsuit Bumped by Mohegan’s Sovereign Immunity
Gale Courey Toensing
It didn’t take long for a Connecticut Superior Court judge to dismiss a gaming facility lease dispute case against the Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority...
House Republican VAWA Bill Offers Strong Tribal Protections; Will Cantor Accept?
Republican House members Tom Cole (Okla.) and Darrell Issa (Calif.) on February 20 issued new Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) legislation that includes stronger tribal jurisdicti...
Grassley on VAWA: 'The Non-Indian Doesn't Get a Fair Trial'
As the Violence Against Women Act discussion moves to the Congressional side of D.C. following its Senate passing on February 12, some senators are still opposed to it. Take Sen...
Violence Against Women Act – Why Native Women Matter
The following is a column by Winona LaDuke originally published at News From Winona LaDuke originally published on February 13...
Sen. Cantwell Urges Swift Passage of Violence Against Women Act on Senate Floor With Tribal Provisions
Native American Women Become Bargaining Tool in VAWA Congress Negotiations
Tribal protections for Native women and families are one of the main issues being used as a bargaining tool by lawmakers in a last-ditch effort to get the Violence Against Women Ac...
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