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Opinion:    Affordable Care Act already benefits Indian Country Opinion: Affordable Care Act already benefits Indian Country
Charles Headdress, a council member for the Fort Peck Tribes, and Dr. William McGregor discuss the benefits of the Affordable Care Act in Indian Country.
Walt Lamar: A law enforcement crisis continues  on tribal land Walt Lamar: A law enforcement crisis continues on tribal land
Walt Lamar discusses the law enforcement crisis in Indian Country.
Editorial: House Republicans rush to irresponsible shutdown Editorial: House Republicans rush to irresponsible shutdown
The New York Times on the impending shutdown of the federal government.
Column:   Washington team name  leaves    stain on our culture Column: Washington team name leaves stain on our culture
Columnist discusses the Washington football team name and how it affected the lives of two young boys, including a Mohawk former fan.
Mark Trahant: Federal shutdown poses risk in Indian Country Mark Trahant: Federal shutdown poses risk in Indian Country
So Tuesday at midnight the federal government should post a sign that reads: Closed for Business.
Opinion: Put   end to disenrollment disputes in Indian Country Opinion: Put end to disenrollment disputes in Indian Country
Attorney Jared Miller discusses the disenrollment dispute within the Nooksack Tribe of Washington:
Julianne Jennings: The shared history of Indians and Africans Julianne Jennings: The shared history of Indians and Africans
Julianne Jennings discusses the shared history between American Indians and African Americans.
Brandon Ecoffey: DC player should take    stand against racism Brandon Ecoffey: DC player should take stand against racism
It is time for Robert Griffin III to step up and take a stand against the mascot of the Washington football team that he plays for.
Tim Giago: The survival of   Indian people is taking a new turn Tim Giago: The survival of Indian people is taking a new turn
The Republican controlled Congress has voted to cut the Food Stamps Program by $4 billion dollars. This is supposed to save the poor people from themselves.

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