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Hug a Bison! Nov. 2 First National Bison Day
After being all but wiped out by European settlers in the 1800s, the American buffalo is finally getting its due recognition: November 2 marks the first official National Bison Day...
Senate Democrats Defy White House Plan to Cheat Tribal Heath Costs
In a rare policy schism, Senate Democrats have defied pressure from the Democratic White House to include a proposal in the federal budget that would authorize the Indian Health Se...
Stearns: Maybe We Can Take Our Land Back if They Don’t Pay
The United States Government has shutdown with some 800,000 essential government employees being furloughed until further noticed – a situation that seems like a bad dream for one ...
2,000-Plus Indian Affairs Employees Told Not to Come to Work
The government has been shut down for just over 12 hours, with thousands of government employees on non-paid leave until Congress and the President can come to an agreement on a sp...
Government Shutdown Frustrates Tribal Leaders
The federal government has a trust responsibility to tribes and their citizens...
House Approves $40 Billion Cut to Food Stamps Over 10 Years
In a close vote along party lines – 217 to 210 – the Republican U.S...
What Could Have Been? Denise Juneau and the Native Political Machine
Denise Juneau said “no.” No to a run for the United States Senate. And no to the prospect of a campaign for the House of Representatives...
Denise Juneau Says No to US Senate Run in Montana
Indians and Democrats have joined forces in being disappointed that Denise Juneau, current Montana State Superintendent of Public Instruction, has decided against running for U.S...
Montana's Native Vote Could Decide US Senate Control
The decision of U.S. Senator Max Baucus (D-Montana) not to run in 2014 means that the state’s Native vote could be very important next year...
U.S. Senate Endorses Keystone XL 62–37 in Symbolic, Non-Binding Vote
In an amendment to the budget bill—the first fiscal plan it has approved in four years—the U.S. Senate on Friday voted 62–37 in favor of the Keystone XL pipeline project...
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