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Audio from House subcommittee hearing on six Indian bills Audio from House subcommittee hearing on six Indian bills
The House Subcommittee on Indian and Alaska Native Affairs held a hearing this afternoon on six Indian bills.
FTC claims victory over payday lenders chartered by  tribes FTC claims victory over payday lenders chartered by tribes
The Federal Trade Commission is claiming victory in a lawsuit brought against payday loan firms that have been chartered by tribal governments.
Cherokee Nation negotiates new tobacco taxation compact Cherokee Nation negotiates new tobacco taxation compact
The Cherokee Nation is negotiating a new tobacco tax compact with the state of Oklahoma.
Chair of Lumbee Tribe questioned over use of housing funds Chair of Lumbee Tribe questioned over use of housing funds
Leaders of the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina are questioning the use of housing funds by Chairman Paul Brooks.
Eastern Cherokees report   growth in assets after recession Eastern Cherokees report growth in assets after recession
The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians has seen steady growth in its assets after seeing a dip during the recession.
Timmy Norton: I am not a Canadian, I am   Kahnawakeronon Timmy Norton: I am not a Canadian, I am Kahnawakeronon
Writer Timmy Norton explains why he is Mohawk and will always be Mohawk.
MTPR: Native actors reflect on  roles in 'Winter in the Blood' MTPR: Native actors reflect on roles in 'Winter in the Blood'
Montana Public Radio sits down with several Native actors with roles in Winter In The Blood, a film set on Indian Country in Montana.
9th Circuit orders more water for Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe 9th Circuit orders more water for Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ordered an irrigation district in Nevada to return more water to the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe.
BIA asked for hearing  in Connecticut on   federal recognition  BIA asked for hearing in Connecticut on federal recognition
A town in Connecticut wants the Bureau of Indian Affairs to hold hearings in the state to discuss proposed changes to the federal recognition process.
Former Mashantucket leader  goes on trial for theft charges Former Mashantucket leader goes on trial for theft charges
Michael Thomas, the former chairman of the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation of Connecticut, went on trial in federal court on Monday on theft charges.
Witness list for House subcommittee hearing on Indian bills Witness list for House subcommittee hearing on Indian bills
The House Subcommittee on Indian and Alaska Native Affairs holds a legislative hearing this afternoon.
Suit for Indian massacre in Mexico dismissed over immunity Suit for Indian massacre in Mexico dismissed over immunity
The former president of Mexico can't be sued over a massacre at an Indian village in 1997, a federal judge in Connecticut ruled.
Diaguita Tribe seeks new environmental study for gold mine Diaguita Tribe seeks new environmental study for gold mine
The Diaguita Tribe is asking the highest court in Chile to order a new environmental study for an $8.5 billion gold mine.
USDA sued over permits  issued to horse slaughtering  plants USDA sued over permits issued to horse slaughtering plants
The Department of Agriculture is being sued for issuing permits to horse slaughtering plants in New Mexico and Iowa.
Paul Moorehead:  Going behind Nixon's 'radical' Indian policy Paul Moorehead: Going behind Nixon's 'radical' Indian policy
Attorney Paul Moorehead on the passing of Leonard Garment, who helped develop federal Indian policy for Richard Nixon.
Mary Pember: Foraging for food on White Earth Reservation Mary Pember: Foraging for food on White Earth Reservation
Mary Annette Pember goes foraging for food on the White Earth Reservation in Minnesota:
Native Sun News: Oglala leader discusses liquor and per caps Native Sun News: Oglala leader discusses liquor and per caps
A lifelong resident of Pine Ridge village and a Navy veteran, Larry Eagle Bull Sr., sat down with Native Sun News to speak on a number of important topics facing the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.

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