TUESDAY, JANUARY 21, 2003 Tribal leaders in Arizona will meet with state lawmakers today for the 17th annual Indian National and Tribes Legislative Day. The day was created in 1986 to foster better communication between tribes and the Legislature. Tribal leaders will make presentations on economic development, sovereignty and other issues. Get the Story:
Tribal leaders to talk to lawmakers today (The Arizona Republic 1/21)
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