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Indian lawmaker draws applause for    immigration comments Indian lawmaker draws applause for immigration comments
Kansas Rep. Ponka-We Victors (D) drew applause for comments she made about immigration. Victors, a member of the Tohono O'odham Nation, is the only Indian lawmaker in the state. She...
Miccosukee Tribe fires police chief after just one year on job Miccosukee Tribe fires police chief after just one year on job
The Miccosukee Tribe of Florida fired its chief of police after a year on the job, The Miami Herald reports. Bobby Richardson was fired over the phone. “Didn’t even see...
Former Rep. Dale   Kildee joining two firms in Washington, DC     Former Rep. Dale Kildee joining two firms in Washington, DC
Former Rep. Dale Kildee (D-Michigan), one of the founders of the Congressional Native American Caucus, is joining two law and lobbying firms in Washington, D.C. Kildee will be a senior...
BIA    takes role on controversial road for Alaska Native village BIA takes role on controversial road for Alaska Native village
The Bureau of Indian Affairs will be taking on a new role for a controversial Alaska Native village road. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service recommended against building a road...
Bill to avert  government shutdown sent to President Obama Bill to avert government shutdown sent to President Obama
An appropriations bill that averts a shutdown of the federal government was sent to President Barack Obama for his signature. H.R.933, the Consolidated and Further Continuing Appropriations Act, doesn't reverse...
Native Sun News: Indian girl shows her talents in Rapid City Native Sun News: Indian girl shows her talents in Rapid City
The following story was written and reported by Christina Rose, Native Sun News Staff Writer. All content © Native Sun News. Kanyen Rose and her mother Misty Mouseaux Begay catch...
Stew Magnuson: Wounded Knee 1973 hostages  speaking out Stew Magnuson: Wounded Knee 1973 hostages speaking out
The following opinion by Stew Magnuson appears in the latest issue of the Native Sun News Staff Writer. All content © Native Sun News. Wounded Knee hostages have seen their...
Fort Peck Tribes feel sequester's hit on education and health Fort Peck Tribes feel sequester's hit on education and health
The Fort Peck Tribes of Montana are already feeling the effects of the federal budget sequester. The school system on the reservation is losing $1.2 million in Impact Aid funding....
Lawsuit targets South Dakota over  Indian child welfare cases Lawsuit targets South Dakota over Indian child welfare cases
A class action lawsuit was filed against the state of South Dakota for its handling of Indian child welfare cases. The lawsuit was filed on behalf of three Indian parents,...
Police raid  old Indian museum wanted for Olympics in Brazil Police raid old Indian museum wanted for Olympics in Brazil
Police in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, are attempting to remove a group of Indian activists from a site that's wanted for the 2016 Summer Olympics, the Associated Press reports. There...
Charles Kader: New York   declares war  against tribal business Charles Kader: New York declares war against tribal business
Charles Kader on the state of New York's war on tribal businesses: United States government agencies outposted near Iroquois communities have deferred to New York State tax codes. By going...
Gyasi Ross:   Keystone XL Pipeline  still bad for Indian Country Gyasi Ross: Keystone XL Pipeline still bad for Indian Country
Gyasi Ross on the controversial Keystone XL Pipeline. And just like pop kills Native people disproportionately, this Keystone XL pipeline will disproportionately affect Native sacred sites, unmarked Native grave sites,...

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