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Law Article: Agua Caliente Band seeking to quantify water rights Law Article: Agua Caliente Band seeking to quantify water rights
Attorney discusses water rights lawsuit filed by the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians in California.
Law Article: Tribal use of drones caught   in Capitol Hill stalemate Law Article: Tribal use of drones caught in Capitol Hill stalemate
Attorney Philip Baker-Shenk discusses Capitol Hill stalemate over the use of drones by civilian groups, including tribal governments.
Center: Bad River Band cites treaties in battle against big mine Center: Bad River Band cites treaties in battle against big mine
The Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism reports on opposition from the Bad River Band of the Lake Superior Tribe of Chippewa Indians to a huge mine near the reservation.
Letter: Take poll on  Chumash Tribe's land-into-trust application Letter: Take poll on Chumash Tribe's land-into-trust application
Letter writer wants county to conduct poll on a land-into-trust application submitted by the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians.
Spirit Lake leaders   seek  dismissal of ousted chairman's lawsuit Spirit Lake leaders seek dismissal of ousted chairman's lawsuit
Leaders of the Spirit Lake Nation of North Dakota are asking a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit filed by ousted chairman Roger Yankton.
Sycuan Band boosts reward for information about man's death Sycuan Band boosts reward for information about man's death
The Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation in California has boosted a reward for information about the fatal shooting of a young tribal member.
Incumbents advance in Lac du Flambeau Band general election Incumbents advance in Lac du Flambeau Band general election
The Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians in Wisconsin held a primary election on Tuesday.
Grand Portage Band cancels   hunt that was questioned by state Grand Portage Band cancels hunt that was questioned by state
The Grand Portage Band of Lake Superior Chippewa has canceled plans for a moose hunt in Minnesota.
Lawsuit seeks to stop   Oglala Sioux Tribe from legalizing liquor Lawsuit seeks to stop Oglala Sioux Tribe from legalizing liquor
Two members of the Oglala Sioux Tribe of South Dakota are seeking to stop the sale of liquor on the Pine Ridge Reservation.
Column: It's time for   Washington football team to drop mascot Column: It's time for Washington football team to drop mascot
Newspaper's sports editor calls for Washington professional football team to drop its mascot.
Choctaw Nation seeks $58.5M from Keepseagle   for foundation Choctaw Nation seeks $58.5M from Keepseagle for foundation
The Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma is seeking $58.5 million in unused funds from the Keepseagle settlement over discrimination at the Department of Agriculture.
Dustin Twin: First Nation sees epidemic  of suicide and violence Dustin Twin: First Nation sees epidemic of suicide and violence
Dustin Twin says young people on his reserve in Canada are turning to suicide and crime.
CDC sees big jump in use of  electronic cigarettes    among teens CDC sees big jump in use of electronic cigarettes among teens
The use of electronic cigarettes among teens doubled from 2011 to 2012, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported.
Indian professor removed from class after anti-Republican rant Indian professor removed from class after anti-Republican rant
An Indian professor was removed from teaching duties after going on an anti-Republican rant on the first day of class.
Cherokee Nation father out on bail pending extradition hearing Cherokee Nation father out on bail pending extradition hearing
Cherokee Nation citizen Dusten Brown turned himself into authorities in Oklahoma on Thursday.
Brian Patterson: Native lands are ours to defend or ours to lose Brian Patterson: Native lands are ours to defend or ours to lose
Land. Native Land. Good land. Our land. Sacred land. The land that holds the dust of our ancestors since time immemorial.
Native Sun News:  Sorting out   Cobell and Salazar settlements Native Sun News: Sorting out Cobell and Salazar settlements
The recent rash of unprecedented payouts from different lawsuit settlements in Indian country has brought about more confusion than the economic relief and sense of justice anticipated.

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