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Navajo inauguration budget pegged at $150 000

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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2002

Navajo Nation council delegates are expected to vote on a budget for the inauguration of president-elect Joe Shirley and other council members.

Shirley originally requested $200,000, The Farmington Daily-Times reports, but the number was cut down to $150,000 by a legislative committee. Still, two lawmakers told the paper the would not support such a high figure.

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Shirley has no money for inauguration (The Farmington Daily-Times 12/5)

Relevant Links:
Joe Shirley for President - http://joeshirleyjr.com
The Navajo Nation - http://www.navajo.org

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