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Laguna Pueblo loses case linked to military contract kickbacks Laguna Pueblo loses case linked to military contract kickbacks (07/21)
The New Mexico tribe's construction company at one point administered over $350 million in contracts for work in the Middle East.
Citizen Potawatomi Nation faces challenge to taxation victory Citizen Potawatomi Nation faces challenge to taxation victory (07/20)
An arbitrator sided with the tribe in a major sales tax dispute but the state of Oklahoma is looking to appeal.
Senate passes bill to update tribal employment grant program Senate passes bill to update tribal employment grant program (07/15)
S.1443 updates the 477 Program that helps tribes consolidate employment, education and training-related grants.
Morongo Band opens new office for First Californian Credit Union Morongo Band opens new office for First Californian Credit Union (07/14)
The California tribe hosted a grand opening for the flagship offices on Monday, July 11.
Indian Country tourism bill clears another hurdle on Capitol Hill Indian Country tourism bill clears another hurdle on Capitol Hill (07/14)
The NATIVE Act does something simple but lawmakers say it will help draw more people, and their dollars, to Native communities.
House committee considers three Indian Country bills at markup House committee considers three Indian Country bills at markup (07/11)
A controversial land-into-trust bill, a commission for Native youth and tourism initiative are on the agenda.
Oneida Nation considers sales tax to generate revenue for per caps Oneida Nation considers sales tax to generate revenue for per caps (07/07)
The 5 percent tax on retailers would be in addition to the Wisconsin's 5 percent tax.
Hualapai Tribe wins dismissal of lawsuit by former business partner Hualapai Tribe wins dismissal of lawsuit by former business partner (07/07)
A judge in Arizona determine that proceeding with the lawsuit would violate the tribe's sovereignty.
Gathering of Nation signs title sponsor deal with cannabis company Gathering of Nation signs title sponsor deal with cannabis company (07/07)
Starting in 2017, the popular powwow will be known as 'Ultra Health - Gathering of Nations' as part of the deal with the Ultra Health company.
Bill John Baker: Cherokee Nation hosts Reservation Economic Summit Bill John Baker: Cherokee Nation hosts Reservation Economic Summit (07/06)
RES Oklahoma will bring together tribal leaders, elected officials, industry leaders and the American Indian business community to collaborate and network in an innovative and entrepreneurial atmosphere.
Lumbee Tribe settles lawsuit over unauthorized use of trademarks Lumbee Tribe settles lawsuit over unauthorized use of trademarks (07/01)
A beer distributor has agreed to contribute to education and youth programs after using the tribe's name, logo and slogan without consent.
Tlingit and Haida Tribes acquire government contracting firm Tlingit and Haida Tribes acquire government contracting firm (06/30)
KIRA provides facilities maintenance and base operations throughout the United States and overseas and has won more than $1 billion in federal contracts.
Supreme Court puts an end to another tribal jurisdiction dispute Supreme Court puts an end to another tribal jurisdiction dispute (06/28)
A case that Indian Country all but forgot was disposed by the nation's highest court without comment after a lengthy delay.
St. Croix Chippewa Tribe warned not to launch marijuana operation St. Croix Chippewa Tribe warned not to launch marijuana operation (06/24)
Growing or processing marijuana will lead to federal prosecution, U.S. Attorney John Vaudreuil said.
Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe nears completion of long-awaited movie theater Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe nears completion of long-awaited movie theater (06/23)
Construction is wrapping up on the 7th Generation Cinema in Eagle Butte, South Dakota, and it's slated to open in the next few weeks.
Standing Rock Sioux Tribe to collect sales tax on entire reservation Standing Rock Sioux Tribe to collect sales tax on entire reservation (06/23)
Chairman Dave Archambault said some tribal members aren't happy with the council's decision.
Supreme Court deadlocks in closely-watched tribal jurisdiction case Supreme Court deadlocks in closely-watched tribal jurisdiction case (06/23)
Dollar General must now answer to a lawsuit filed in the courts of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians.
Tribes take more control of their lands with HEARTH Act regulations Tribes take more control of their lands with HEARTH Act regulations (06/22)
The Oneida Nation and the Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians have joined the growing list of tribes with approved HEARTH Act regulations.
Bill to exempt tribes from Affordable Care Act mandate draws fire Bill to exempt tribes from Affordable Care Act mandate draws fire (06/21)
A bill to exempt tribes from providing health coverage to their employees is moving forward on Capitol Hill amid opposition from Democrats.
Lumbee Tribe sues after name and logo used by beer distributor Lumbee Tribe sues after name and logo used by beer distributor (06/20)
Even the tribe's slogan appeared on ads that were displayed at convenience stores in Lumbee territory.
Seminole Tribe won't get to argue taxation case at Supreme Court Seminole Tribe won't get to argue taxation case at Supreme Court (06/13)
The development wasn't a major setback since the tribe won a significant ruling before the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals.
Native Sun News: Utility firm stops taxing reservation customers Native Sun News: Utility firm stops taxing reservation customers (06/13)
Enrolled tribal members residing on the Northern Cheyenne reservation recently received good news from the Range Telephone Cooperative.
Tim Bradner: Native corporations are investing in Alaska's future Tim Bradner: Native corporations are investing in Alaska's future (06/10)
Alaska's Native corporations, which are financially strong and stable, are investing and keeping Alaskans employed.
Oglala Sioux Tribe responds to allegations in massive bond scam Oglala Sioux Tribe responds to allegations in massive bond scam (06/09)
President John Yellow Bird Steele said the tribe and an economic development entity on the reservation were 'victims' in the $60 million scheme.
Senate Committee on Indian Affairs approves two bills at meeting Senate Committee on Indian Affairs approves two bills at meeting (06/09)
An Indian veterans health bill and an economic development bill for two New Mexico tribes can now be considered by the full Senate.
Tribal lenders face pressure as new rule aims to end 'debt traps' Tribal lenders face pressure as new rule aims to end 'debt traps' (06/07)
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau released a 1,341-page proposal that imposes standards on all lenders, including those operated by tribes.
Senate Committee on Indian Affairs considers two bills at meeting Senate Committee on Indian Affairs considers two bills at meeting (06/06)
The committee will take up S.2916, a bill to address leasing issues for two New Mexico tribes, and S.2417, the Tribal Veterans Health Care Enhancement Act.
Washington and North Dakota tribes join Promise Zone program Washington and North Dakota tribes join Promise Zone program (06/06)
The Spokane Tribe and the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians will work closely with federal agencies to address economic development, employment and other needs.
Navajo Nation wins another decision in trademark fashion dispute Navajo Nation wins another decision in trademark fashion dispute (06/03)
The tribe has won the right to seek millions of dollars in damages from three fashion retailers that sold "Navajo' items without authorization.
St. Croix Chippewa Tribe breaks ground on $30M retail expansion St. Croix Chippewa Tribe breaks ground on $30M retail expansion (06/03)
A new grocery story, fast food restaurant, gas station and other amenities are coming to the Fourwinds Market in Siren, Wisconsin.
Gary Davis of NCAIED joins Small Business Administration council Gary Davis of NCAIED joins Small Business Administration council (05/26)
The president and CEO of the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development will work on issues facing business in underserved communities.
Kewa Pueblo builds new community around historic trading post Kewa Pueblo builds new community around historic trading post (05/26)
A housing development and a walking / biking path are sprouting up at the Santo Domingo Indian Trading Post in New Mexico.
Agua Caliente Band launches software development company Agua Caliente Band launches software development company (05/25)
Fusion Resource Solutions develops applications and software for the hospitality industry.
Native Sun News: New business sprouts up at Wounded Knee Native Sun News: New business sprouts up at Wounded Knee (05/24)
Just below the Wounded Knee memorial gravesite, sits a boarded-up, run-down brown building that will house a family-run business.
Long wait hints at Supreme Court tie in closely-watched tribal jurisdiction case Long wait hints at Supreme Court tie in closely-watched tribal jurisdiction case (05/23)
It's official -- a closely-watched tribal jurisdiction case is now the oldest on the U.S. Supreme Court docket.

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