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Filed Under: Environment | National
Mary Pember: Wisconsin tribes ask EPA to stop massive mine (07/16)
Six tribes sign letter in opposition to huge $1.3 billion mine in northern Wisconsin.

Filed Under: National | Politics
Women take four top council seats in Oneida Nation election (07/14)
Women now hold six out of 9 seats on the tribal council.

Filed Under: Law
Tribes in Wisconsin working together to combat drugs and gangs (07/03)
Native American Drug and Gang Initiative recently helped the Red Cliff Band make arrests.

Filed Under: Business | National | Sports
FedEx facing more pressure to end relationship with NFL team (06/25)
Section of stadium is named for former of team who refused to allow African Americans on his roster.

Filed Under: Business | National | Sports
Oneida Nation asked Bank of America to break with NFL team (06/24)
Tribe wants Bank of America and FedEx to end their business relationships with the team.

Filed Under: Law
Appeals court dismisses Stockbridge-Munsee Band's land claim (06/20)
2nd Circuit has been hostile to tribal claims for nearly a decade.

Filed Under: Business | National | Sports
Oneida Nation puts pressure on FedEx in campaign over mascot (06/20)
Firm holds naming rights on the team's stadium and its president is a co-owner of the team.

Filed Under: Environment | National
Vice: Bad River Band fights big money over mine in small town (06/10)
Vice travels to Wisconsin to talk to the Bad River Band and hear about the fight against the Gogebic Taconite mine near the reservation.

Filed Under: Environment
WXPR: Sokaogon Band opposes state emergency fishing rule (05/29)
The Sokaogon Chippewa Community says it wasn't consulted about higher fishing limits for non-Indians in Wisconsin.

Filed Under: Law | Trust
Supreme Court won't hear suit over fees on Oneida Nation land (05/27)
Village was trying to impose fees on land held in trust.

Filed Under: Opinion
Donna Ennis: Resilience and emotional healing in Indian Country (05/26)
Donna Ennis reflects on a career that started with the Indian Child Welfare Act and continues with efforts to address historical, intergenerational and cultural trauma.

Filed Under: Opinion
Opinion: Wisconsin must address unemployment on reservations (05/21)
Unemployment rates for Native Americans range from 11 percent to 93 percent.

Filed Under: Law | National
Native Sun News: Lac du Flambeau Band banishes non-members (05/21)
The Lac du Flambeau Tribal Council passed a resolution to remove 28 non-tribal members from the reservation

Filed Under: Business
Forest County Potawatomi Tribe names CEO of business entity (05/14)
Tom Devine will serve as chief executive officer of Potawatomi Business Development Corp.

Filed Under: Education
Lac du Flambeau Band supports honor song at local graduation (05/13)
The graduation ceremony for a public high school in Wisconsim will feature an honor song.

Filed Under: Politics
Oneida Nation voters oust incumbent chair in primary election (05/12)
Ed Delgado, the chairman of the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin, is on his way out of office.

Filed Under: Politics
Oneida Nation holds primary vote for chairman and council seats (05/09)
The Oneida Nation of Wisconsin holds a primary election on Saturday.

Filed Under: Environment | Law
Wisconsin tribes ask 7th Circuit to hear treaty hunting dispute (05/08)
The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals is being asked to resolve a treaty hunting dispute in Wisconsin.

Filed Under: Law | National
Lac du Flambeau Band bans 28 non-members from reservation (05/08)
The Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa in Wisconsin is banning 28 non-members from the reservation.

Filed Under: Environment | Law
City appeals decision on Oneida Nation waste recycling facility (05/08)
The city of Green Bay is asking the Wisconsin Supreme Court to review a decision involving the Oneida Nation.

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