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Blog: Internet lenders can longer hide behind tribal immunity (04/11)
The Federal Trade Commission says Internet lenders in Indian Country must comply with federal consumer protection laws.

Suspended Native lawmaker Patrick Brazeau arrested yet again (04/11)
Suspended Sen. Patrick Brazeau is in legal trouble again.

Northern Arapaho Tribe to issue per cap from trust settlement (04/11)
The Northern Arapaho Tribe of Wyoming announced a per capita payment from a recent trust fund settlement.

Indian-owned online lender enters settlement with Connecticut (04/10)
An Internet lender that was owned by a member of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe of South Dakota has reached a settlement with the state of Connecticut.

Lawmakers move quickly on bill to diminish reservation borders (04/10)
Wyoming's all-Republican Congressional delegation is moving quickly on a bill that would diminish the boundaries of the Wind River Reservation.

The Verge: Uranium mines leave toxic legacy on Navajo Nation (04/10)
A landmark settlement will bring $1 billion to the Navajo Nation to clean up abandoned uranium sites.

Navajo Nation president hopes for speedy resolution of dispute (04/10)
Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly said he hopes the tribal courts will act swiftly to resolve a Navajo Nation Council dispute.

Speaker of Navajo Nation Council fights paid leave in tribal court (04/09)
Navajo Nation Council Speaker Johnny Naize remains on paid leave as a tribal court judge weighs whether his removal was legal.

Citizen Potawatomi Nation objects to mediation for sales taxes (04/09)
The Citizen Potawatomi Nation questioned why the city of Shawnee, Oklahoma, is pursuing mediation over sales taxes.

Men charged for killing trumpeter swan on Flathead Reservation (04/09)
The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes in Montana charged two men for shooting and killing a trumpeter swan on the Flathead Reservation.

Non-Indian woman drops ICWA case involving Cherokee Nation (04/09)
A non-Indian woman whose biological daughter was at the center of an Indian Child Welfare Act case has withdrawn a lawsuit that challenged the constitutionality of the law.

Alaska lawmakers weigh Indian Law and Order Commission report (04/09)
The Alaska House House Community and Regional Affairs Committee held a second hearing into issues presented by the Indian Law and Order Commission.

Troopers investigate filming in public showers in Gwich'in village (04/09)
The Alaska State Troopers are investigating complaints about filming in the public showers in Venetie, a Gwich'in village.

Alaska plans to sue DOI over controversial road for Native village (04/09)
The state of Alaska plans to sue the Obama administration for rejecting a controversial road that would benefit a Native village.

FBI seeks murder charges for death on Meskwaki Reservation (04/08)
The FBI is pursuing murdering charges against a young member of the Meskwaki Tribe of Iowa.

Zuni Pueblo asks European museums to repatriate sacred items (04/08)
Leaders of Zuni Pueblo in New Mexico have been meeting with museums in Europe to seek the return of sacred property.

BIA and IHS hold another consultation on contract support costs (04/08)
The Obama administration has scheduled another tribal consultation session to talk about contract support costs and has extended a deadline for comments on the matter.

Seminole Tribe sued over failed business deal with music group (04/08)
The Seminole Tribe of Florida is being sued by the former manager for the music group Candlebox.

Mackinac Tribe files suit against DOI to gain federal recognition (04/07)
The Mackinac Tribe of Michigan is suing the Obama administration in hopes of gaining federal recognition.

Suquamish Tribe asserts right to determine policy on marijuana (04/07)
The Suquamish Tribe of Washington is asserting authority over the growth, sale and distribution of marijuana on the reservation.

Federal judge reschedules hearing for Cherokee Freedmen case (04/07)
A highly anticipated hearing in the Cherokee Freedmen case has been rescheduled.

Navajo Nation to see $1B from settlement for uranium cleanup (04/04)
The Navajo Nation will see $1 billion from a landmark settlement to address abandoned uranium sites.

KNAU: Former advisor of Navajo Nation charged for fund misuse (04/03)
A former financial adviser for the Navajo Nation has been charged in connection with a misuse of funds case that has ensnared several delegates to the Navajo Nation Council.

Former chairman of Mashantucket Tribe seeks new trial for theft (04/03)
Michael Thomas, the former chairman of the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation of Connecticut, is asking for a new trial on theft charges.

Former lawmaker pleads guilty in Chippewa Cree corruption case (04/03)
Tony Belcourt, a former Montana state lawmaker, pleaded guilty in connection with the theft of federal funds from the Chippewa Cree Tribe.

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