Stephanie Woodard
11/1/14
“Voters walking into the polling place would see the sheriff there and veer off,” said Donna Semans, the Rosebud Sioux field coordinator for Four Directions voting-rights group...
Stephanie Woodard
9/5/14
A federal court in Anchorage has sided with Alaska Natives who demanded that Alaska provide language assistance to non-English-proficient voters...
Stephanie Woodard
7/11/14
In a news conference on Thursday, July 10, North Dakota Secretary of State Al Jaeger defended his strict reading of North Dakota voting law...
Stephanie Woodard
6/11/14
Wandering Medicine v. McCulloch, is a voting rights case in Montana that Stephanie Woodard has covered extensively for ICTMN...
Stephanie Woodard
2/4/14
Native voting-rights advocates scored three successes in three cities on one day—January 22, 2014...
Stephanie Woodard
1/23/14
Indian country has responded with anger, dismay and a degree of “we knew it all along” to a federal judicial-oversight panel’s revelations about hundreds of biased emails sent by M...
Stephanie Woodard
1/20/14
They say the cover-up can be worse than the crime, and right now they’re running neck and neck in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, the federal court system for the nine westernm...
Stephanie Woodard
11/25/13
A United States magistrate judge has declined to dismiss a voting-rights lawsuit filed by Fort Peck Indian Reservation parents and the American Civil Liberties Union against the Wo...
ICTMN Staff
10/29/13
Politicians around the country are gearing up for the 2014 midterm elections; for one Republican, building relationships with American Indian leaders in his state is a key. Rep...

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