Senate Committee of Indian Affairs Chairman John Barrasso, R-Wyoming, says a patient-centered culture at Indian Health Service is long overdue. Barrasso is a physician. What happens to Indian health after the repeal of the Affordable Care Act, especially
Mark Trahant
11/26/16
TRAHANT REPORTS — A few years ago I had a chance to ask President George Bush what he thought about tribal sovereignty in the 21st century...
Mark Trahant
2/7/15
The House of Representatives voted to repeal the Affordable Care Act on February 3. Then, this is not new...
ICTMN Staff
12/6/12
The following are remarks from Kathleen Sebelius, the 21st Secretary of the Department of Health, during President Barack Obama’s fourth annual White House Tribal Nations Conferenc...
Mark Trahant
10/25/12
The politics of abortion continues to surface in this year’s presidential race, something that Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney hoped to avoid...
Rob Capriccioso
10/4/12
Claiming that his record shows he is more committed than his opponent in the upcoming presidential election to serving Indian country, President Barack Obama has answered questions...
Mark Trahant
9/10/12
Sunday talk shows are an important part of the national conversation...
Harold Monteau
8/27/12

Let’s dispel a myth circulating in Indian country: Indians and Indian tribes are not prevented from taking advantage of the benefits of the Patient Protection and Aff...

Rob Capriccioso
6/28/12
This story will be updated throughout the day...
Rob Capriccioso
3/30/12
WASHINGTON – Geoffrey Strommer, a partner with Hobbs, Straus, Dean & Walker, has been the lead Native affairs lawyer in the nation following how the U.S...
Rob Capriccioso
3/29/12
WASHINGTON – If the U.S. Supreme Court decides to throw out the Obama administration’s Affordable Care Act (ACA), a major Indian health law would go out with the bathwater...

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