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August 20, 2010
'Traditional' Seminole leader told to pay child support payments
A leader of the non-recognized Independent Traditional Seminole Nation of Florida was ordered to pay child support in a long-running case. Bobby C. Billie, 65, fathered two children with Holly...

Lumbee Tribe hires new lobbying firm to push for recognition bill
The Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina has hired a new firm to lobby for federal recognition. The tribe ran into controversy when it signed a lobbying deal that appeared to...

Robinson Rancheria, county finalize law enforcement agreement
The Robinson Rancheria finalized a law enforcement agreement with Lake County, California. The tribe's police officers are federally commissioned. They will be able to enforce federal law, and some state...

Yurok Tribe launches project to reintroduce condors to California
The Yurok Tribe of California is leading a project to reintroduce condors to northern California. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to determine the best places for condor survival on...

Miccosukee Tribe close to deal to provide financial records to IRS
Miccosukee Tribe of Florida is close to a deal to provide financial records to the Internal Revenue Service, the Associated Press reports. The tribe claimed sovereign immunity when the IRS...

Las Vegas Paiute Tribe signs agreement to host transmission line
The Las Vegas Paiute Tribe of Nevada signed an agreement to host a transmission line on the reservation. The tribe will host the last six miles of a 58-mile transmission...

Cobell attorneys working towards Senate approval of settlement
Attorneys for the Indian trust fund lawsuit are hopeful the Senate will approve the $3.4 billion settlement to the case. The House has voted for the settlement twice. Action has...

NPR: Campo Kuemyaay Nation turns to wind to develop economy
"The day the Golden Acorn casino opened in August 2001, Monique LaChappa stood right near the sliding glass doors and watched as members of her tribe came in for their...

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