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Filed Under: Education | Law
Alaska Natives seek return of property for museum at Yale (04/21)
The Yale Peabody Museum in Connecticut should return artifacts that were taken from a Tlingit village, an Alaska Native leader said.

Filed Under: Environment | Law | National
Yale University museum accused of stealing Tlingit artifacts (04/17)
The Yale Peabody Museum is displaying artifacts that were stolen from a Tlingit village.

Filed Under: Business | Law | Technology
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.

Filed Under: National
BIA announces approval of four tribal HEARTH Act applications (04/10)
The Bureau of Indian Affairs announced approvals of four more applications under the HEARTH Act.

Filed Under: Law
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.

Filed Under: Health
Mashantucket Tribe donates $40K from annual diabetes event (03/21)
The Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation of Connecticut donated $40,000 to two diabetes organizations.

Filed Under: Law | Recognition
WNPR: Land claims not a threat from newly recognized tribes (03/18)
Politicians in Connecticut are citing land claims in their opposition to federal recognition reforms at the Bureau of Indian Affairs but law professor doesn't see litigation as a threat.

Filed Under: Law
Mashantucket Tribe banishes brothers after theft convictions (03/17)
The Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation of Connecticut has banished two brothers who were convicted of theft charges.

Filed Under: Opinion | Recognition
Opinion: Federal recognition matters influenced by lobbyists (03/14)
Writer links opposition to federal recognition for the Golden Hill Paugussett Tribe of Connecticut to lobbyists and groups funded by wealthy, unidentified backers.

Filed Under: Opinion | Recognition
Editorial: Connecticut argues against its own recognized tribes (03/13)
Connecticut newspaper detects some hypocrisy in opposition to federal recognition reforms at the Bureau of Indian Affairs.

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