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February 17, 2004
Non-Indians on Tulalip Reservation form group
Non-Indians on the Tulalip Reservation in Washington have formed an organization to oppose the tribes attempt to assert authority. The Tulalip Community Association formed out of opposition to the tribe's...

Another tribal business investigated in Calif.
California regulators are looking at another tribal-owned business that provides cost-effective workers' compensation insurance to off-reservation companies. The California Department of Insurance is investigating Independent Staffing Solutions. Regulators say the...

County jail changes policies for Indian inmates
The jail in Kandiyohi County, Minnesota, has new policies for the religious rights of Native Americans. Indian inmates will be allowed to carry medicine bags and practice ceremonies burning sweetgrass...

Chickasaw Nation to buy manufacturing plant
The Chickasaw Nation of Oklahoma has leased a steel fabricating plant with plans to purchase it in the next three months. Siemens Dematic Corp. shut down the plant last month,...

Authorities looking into murders of Indian women
Authorities in three states are investigating the deaths of Indian women they believed are linked. Some of the women appear to have been working as prostitutes. One was Casey Jo...

Dean campaign says Indians still behind candidate
Democratic presidential candidate Howard Dean says he won't drop out of the race even if he loses today's primary in Wisconsin. But some of his Indian supporters are already looking...

Protesters take over Sask. First Nation offices
Members of the Birch Narrows Dene Nation of Saskatchewan voted their chief and council out of office on Sunday and blocked access to the tribal headquarters. Protesters say their leaders...

Coushatta members call for probe into tribal finances
Members of the Coushatta Tribe of Louisiana are accusing disputed chairman Loveline Poncho of mismanaging millions of dollars in tribal funds. Poncho's opponents want Congressional investigation into the tribe's finances....

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