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April 23, 2004
Chickasaw Nation campaign donation criticized (04/23)
Bid to lower Navajo blood quantum rejected (04/23)
Family agrees to mediation in BIA drunk driving suit (04/23)
Navajo homeless men claim assault by white youth (04/23)
S.D. court rejects Hicks defense in police chase (04/23)
ACLU rests case in Indian voting rights trial (04/23)
Chumash Tribe's land-into-trust request opposed (04/23)
Aquash to be reburied on home reserve in Canada (04/23)
Anti-Daschle ad ties bill to Indian unemployment (04/23)
Narragansett Tribe adds two officers to police force (04/23)
First Nations object to land development plan (04/23)
Student helps Peruvian tribe protect territory (04/23)
Inspector general investigates Schaghticoke decision (04/23)
Appeals court hears Eastern Pequot recognition suit (04/23)
Oglala Sioux Tribe develops West Nile Virus plan (04/23)
Review: First American Art at NMAI in New York (04/23)
Narragansett Tribe working on deal to pay taxes (04/23)
CDC warns of heart attack from secondhand smoke (04/23)

April 22, 2004
BIA critical of main components of recognition bill (04/22)
Report finds disparity in Native women's salaries (04/22)
Anderson inspires students at BIA school in Oklahoma (04/22)
Panel blasts media coverage of California tribes (04/22)
Seneca Nation drops lawsuit over Internet tobacco (04/22)
Judge finds BIA partly to blame for drunk driving deaths (04/22)
Navajos recall discrimination by local businesses (04/22)
Campbell not confident on future of recognition bill (04/22)
GOP operative admits hatchet job on Wayne Smith (04/22)
First Nation touting plans for private MRI clinic (04/22)
Tribal member ousted from EPA calls for oversight (04/22)
Navajo president wants public vote on blood quantum (04/22)
Tribal member falsely accused of abuse is released (04/22)
Brazilian Indians kill 29 diamond prospectors (04/22)
Tribe from Ecuador seeks to halt oil drilling plans (04/22)
Tribes testify in support of forest thinning bill (04/22)
House committee hears bill to return land to tribe (04/22)
Two men claim control of small California tribe (04/22)

April 21, 2004
Court won't reconsider Kennewick Man decision (04/21)
Judge to issue ruling in BIA drunk driving case (04/21)
Editorial: BIA in need of 'serious reform' (04/21)
1974 murders of Navajo men stir strong feelings (04/21)
South Dakota governor seeks reconciliation at summit (04/21)
Study documents urban Indian health disparities (04/21)
Giago to publish third paper for Dakota Country (04/21)
Miccosukee man's murder hearing closed to public (04/21)
Giago to 'go anywhere' Daschle wants him to go (04/21)
Metis Nation recognized by Canada's minister (04/21)
N.D. tribe's bison crew rejects mismanagement claims (04/21)
Tribal forest bill subject of House hearing (04/21)
First Nations in B.C. battle railroad agreement (04/21)
Anderson visiting boarding school in Oklahoma (04/21)
Book documents Lumbee tribal home remedies (04/21)
Senate committee takes on federal recognition bill (04/21)
San Carlos Apache Tribe rejects offer on telescope (04/21)
Tulalip tribal members sue over reservation project (04/21)

April 20, 2004
Audit of Navajo Nation Boys and Girls funds ordered (04/20)
Profits, revenues down at Alaska Native corporation (04/20)
Lara case lawyer worries about homeland security bill (04/20)
Washington tribe helping with removal of remains (04/20)
Indian education topic of meeting in New Mexico (04/20)
Judge limits damages in BIA drunk driving case (04/20)
Supreme Court affirms tribal powers over all Indians (04/20)
Pombo visit to South Dakota highlights tribal issues (04/20)
South Dakota hosts first Indian education summit (04/20)
Nebraska tribes holding Native Vote 2004 forum (04/20)
Saginaw Chippewa Tribe wonders where $14M went (04/20)
First Nations seek closer relationship with PM (04/20)
Supreme Court rejects Peltier's parole hearing case (04/20)
Climbers say sacred rock belongs to everyone (04/20)
Land, racism and health issues test Brazil's Indians (04/20)
Cobell dedicates life to trust fund accounting (04/20)
Tim Giago drops Senate bid and endorses Tom Daschle (04/20)
Judge weighs ruling in Pechanga disenrollment (04/20)

April 19, 2004
Federal prosecutor seeks to change 'national shame' (04/19)
Slew of BIA superiors reported drinking problems (04/19)
U.S. attorney calls for jurisdiction fix in N.M. (04/19)
Editorial: Mediation important step in Cobell case (04/19)
Man accused of hindering Aquash investigation (04/19)
Anti-Chief Illiniwek activists stage sit-in at college (04/19)
Virginia tribes press case for federal recognition (04/19)
BIA official calls tribal jail conditions 'appalling' (04/19)
Diabetes and obesity ravage Native population (04/19)
Church faces deadline on reservation tent city (04/19)
First Nation leaders meeting with prime minister (04/19)
First Nation called murder capital of Canada (04/19)
Squaxin Island Tribe opens cigarette factory (04/19)
Housing group fights Lumbee Tribe's takeover (04/19)
Editorial: Indian voters still face discrimination (04/19)
Aborigines feel ignored by Australian government (04/19)
Chickens missing at Kiowa cockfighting event (04/19)
Senate committee to hold recognition hearing (04/19)
Goshute tribal members try to oust two leaders (04/19)
Navajo Nation may lower blood quantum requirement (04/19)
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