Jay Daniels

While the Cobell Settlement, approved on November 24, 2012 by the U.S. Congress, allocated $3.4 billion to the plaintiffs in the landmark Indian case, the disbursement of the money is still in process. Recently the Washington, D.C....

4/17/14
Indian Affairs Bureau
3/31/14
The Department of the Interior, in conjunction with the U.S...
Alysa Landry
3/28/14
Kenneth Maryboy, the only Navajo Nation Council delegate representing the Utah portion of the reservation, has filed to run for tribal president...
Gale Courey Toensing
3/28/14
The man chosen by Dan Snyder, owner of the Washington football team, to head his new Indian country charitable foundation, helped clip the Bureau of Indian Affairs for $1 million, ...
ICTMN Staff
3/18/14
All Native Solutions, a Ho-Chunk subsidiary in the corporation's Flatwater Group division, was recently awarded a $2.3 million contract with the Bureau of Indian Affairs to provide...
Tim Richmond
Reservations are not traditionally known for their affluent living conditions. Some tribes are better off than others, but overall tribes tend to scrape by. This condition of Native life is the result of years upon years of being shuffled aside by the United States Government....
3/18/14
Vincent Schilling
3/9/14
On Tuesday Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell announced President Obama’s Fiscal Year 2015 budget request of $11.9 billion dollars for the Department of the interior...
Mary Annette Pember
3/5/14
“If the land has so much cultural significance for the tribe, why would they have leased it in the first place?” Harry Funk wondered...
Mark Trahant
2/26/14
President Obama’s next budget, due to be released soon, will be good news for Indian country...
Rob Capriccioso
2/26/14
Soon after the White House confirmed last week that 2014 tribal contract support costs would be fully funded, administration officials are confirming this week that the president’s...

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