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Oglala Sioux Tribe ready for  major referendum  on liquor sales Oglala Sioux Tribe ready for major referendum on liquor sales
Members of the Oglala Sioux Tribe of South Dakota go to the polls tomorrow to decide whether to legalize alcohol sales on the reservation.
Tulalip Tribes exclude member for medicinal marijuana usage Tulalip Tribes exclude member for medicinal marijuana usage
A member of the Tulalip Tribes of Washington has been banned from the reservation for a year, a punishment he says is unfair for his use of medicinal marijuana.
Dave Palermo: Tribes upset over opposition to land-into-trust Dave Palermo: Tribes upset over opposition to land-into-trust
Dave Palermo reports on opposition by California officials to tribal land-into-trust applications.
Editorial: Get excited for   92nd annual Santa Fe Indian Market Editorial: Get excited for 92nd annual Santa Fe Indian Market
Newspaper is excited for the 92nd annual Santa Fe Indian Market, organized by the Southwestern Association for Indian Arts.
Navajo Nation president explains support for horse slaughter Navajo Nation president explains support for horse slaughter
Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly said outsiders don't understand why the tribe supports permits for horse slaughtering facilities.
Editorial: Oregon governor  must veto Indian mascot measure Editorial: Oregon governor must veto Indian mascot measure
Newspaper calls on Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber (D) to veto a bill that would save some Indian mascots.
Editorial: Address controversy affecting megaload shipments Editorial: Address controversy affecting megaload shipments
Newspaper says clarity needed over megaload shipments amid opposition from the Nez Perce Tribe of Idaho.
Column: Suicide rate still high among Manitoba's Native youth Column: Suicide rate still high among Manitoba's Native youth
Columnist discusses the high rate of suicide among Native youth in Manitoba.
Column: Early voting in South Dakota about 'racial geography' Column: Early voting in South Dakota about 'racial geography'
Columnist says Indian voting rights group is seeking special treatment for Indian voters, based only on race.
Jay Daniels:  Indian Country faces  many threats to sovereignty Jay Daniels: Indian Country faces many threats to sovereignty
Jay Daniels wonders whether Indian Country is really making any progress in light of threats to tribal sovereignty.
Cedric Sunray: Haskell University must live up to   commitment Cedric Sunray: Haskell University must live up to commitment
Cedric Sunray expresses hope that Haskell Indian Nations University will live up to its commitment to educate all Indian students.
Kathleen Buerer: Tribes should use Black Hills settlement fund Kathleen Buerer: Tribes should use Black Hills settlement fund
The Tribes of the Sioux Nation in their inability to come to agreement regarding the disbursal of the settlement trust funds would seem to be extending the suffering of their own people.
Native Sun News: Alaska Native advocates blast violence bill Native Sun News: Alaska Native advocates blast violence bill
Alaska Native rights advocates say they are disappointed in the bill Sen. Mark Begich (D-AK) introduced Aug. 1, for equal protection of indigenous family members under the recently approved Violence Against Women Act.

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