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April 02, 2004
Alliances tested on recognition of Lumbee Tribe (04/02)
Wis. tribe wants settle land claim with New York (04/02)
Forum examines legacy of tribal settlement acts (04/02)
Bush nominee opposed by Indian Country advances (04/02)
Media wants access to BIA employee alcohol survey (04/02)
Peltier asks Congress to complete investigation (04/02)
Forum examines delinquency among Navajo youth (04/02)
Editorial: Shinnecock Nation deserves an answer (04/02)
IHS funding a campaign issue for S.D. politicians (04/02)
Indian drivers in Neb. more likely to be searched (04/02)
Whiteclay beer establishment loses liquor license (04/02)
S.D. advisory council to study Indian education (04/02)
Tent on Torres-Martinez Reservation to stay up (04/02)
Editorial: Don't cede jurisdiction to Fla. tribe (04/02)
More Indian students passing writing test in Minn. (04/02)
State court to hear Eastern Pequot investor fight (04/02)
Lawmakers calm down after another Norton meet (04/02)
Cherokee Nation to start selling liquor licenses (04/02)
House committee tackles Lumbee recognition bill (04/02)
Judge orders release of White House energy papers (04/02)
House defies Bush with $275B transportation bill (04/02)

April 01, 2004
Tribes take chances with far-away land acquisitions (04/01)
Navajos see boxing club as way out for youth (04/01)
Alaska to open ANWR shores to oil and gas drilling (04/01)
Group organizes to oppose tribal water settlement (04/01)
Native shareholders locked out of own building (04/01)
House panel sympathetic to tribes on recognition (04/01)
Opinion: Calif. tribes disenrolling more people (04/01)
Mille Lacs Band takes on more public persona (04/01)
Police chief takes over after violence at First Nation (04/01)
Tribes ask court for $1.7B and title to lost land (04/01)
Agua Caliente Tribe announces results of election (04/01)
House committee debating status of Lumbee Tribe (04/01)
Hearing used to air complaints about tribal recognition (04/01)
GOP lawmakers still fuming over meeting with Norton (04/01)
Pow-wows a family affair for young Montana couple (04/01)
Citizen Pot Tribe plans housing on land in Kansas (04/01)
Sac and Fox woman comes home to run tribe (04/01)
Domenici seeks $6.5M to expand diabetes program (04/01)
Judge rejects Okla. tribe's claim to land in Kansas (04/01)
Native prisoner claims punishment for long hair (04/01)

March 31, 2004
Paper asks about sovereignty: Is it good or bad? (03/31)
Group's challenge to sacred site policy rejected (03/31)
Hearing delayed for second Aquash murder suspect (03/31)
Tim Giago now plans to run for Senate as independent (03/31)
Indian church refuses entry to Black-Indian couple (03/31)
Efforts underway to revive Plains art show (03/31)
Indian lawmaker in S.D. cited for eagle feather in car (03/31)
Yellow Bird: Indians the most misunderstood (03/31)
Miccosukee Tribe accused of racial profiling (03/31)
Norton called ignorant on federal recognition (03/31)
Torres-Martinez Tribe tells tent city to pack up (03/31)
Lakota tribal member on GOP ticket in Montana (03/31)
'Super Chief' Wadena nears re-election at White Earth (03/31)
Federal appeals court to hear Cayuga land claim (03/31)
Stillaguamish Tribe wants animal shelter to leave (03/31)
Senate committee hears tribal forest swap bill (03/31)
Chinooks dropping out of some Lewis and Clark events (03/31)
Federal recognition process subject of two hearings (03/31)
Important Indianz.Com Service Note for next week (03/31)

March 30, 2004
McCain demands documents for tribal lobbyist's work (03/30)

March 29, 2004
First Nation refunded $4.2M for paying illegal taxes (03/29)
Lumbee beauty queen awarded $11K from ex-boyfriend (03/29)
Tribal police chief builds force from ground up (03/29)
AISES students headed to international fair (03/29)
Program will create jobs for San Felipe Pueblo (03/29)
Native firms urged to do business with feds (03/29)
Duwamish Tribe buys first piece of land in 150 years (03/29)
Sauk-Suiattle Tribe seeking to restore goat herd (03/29)
Opinion: Tribes get ready for their day in spotlight (03/29)
Anderson denies recognition to Burt Lake Band (03/29)
An interview with Ojibwe author Louise Erdrich (03/29)
Yellow Bird: Keeping our ceremonies sacred (03/29)
Investors spending millions on tribal recognition (03/29)
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