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No new Indian law cases on Supreme Court's docket for now No new Indian law cases on Supreme Court's docket for now
The U.S. Supreme Court opened its new term today with a long order list that didn't include any new Indian law cases.
Supreme Court delays action on  Onondaga Nation land claim Supreme Court delays action on Onondaga Nation land claim
The U.S. Supreme Court has delayed action on the Onondaga Nation land claim.
Judge dismisses challenge to OST's Indian preference policy  Judge dismisses challenge to OST's Indian preference policy
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit that claimed the Office of the Special Trustee for American Indians can't adopt an Indian preference policy.
Duane Champagne: Breaking the cycle of crime and poverty Duane Champagne: Breaking the cycle of crime and poverty
Duane Champagne discusses ways to break the cycle of crime and poverty in Indian Country.
Gary Davis: Smarter plans for tribal economic development Gary Davis: Smarter plans for tribal economic development
Gary Davis, the president and CEO of the National Council for Native American Enterprise Development, discusses how tribes are harnessing the Internet to expand economic opportunities.
AP review uncovers tribal mismanagement of federal funds AP review uncovers tribal mismanagement of federal funds
Tribes are more likely to mishandle federal funds than other groups, according to a review by the Associated Press.
President Obama weighs in on Washington mascot debate President Obama weighs in on Washington mascot debate
President Barack Obama waded into the controversy over the Washington professional football team, telling the Associated Press that would consider eliminating the racist mascot.
Gabe Galanda: State rules must recognize   tribal sovereignty Gabe Galanda: State rules must recognize tribal sovereignty
Attorney Gabe Galanda says tribal issues should be addressed by marijuana regulations in Washington.
Al Jazeera: 9th Circuit takes up Indian voting rights lawsuit Al Jazeera: 9th Circuit takes up Indian voting rights lawsuit
9th Circuit Court of Appeals to hear Wandering Medicine v. McCulloch, an Indian voting rights case, on Thursday:
Aaron Payment: Soo Tribe faces cuts if shutdown continues Aaron Payment: Soo Tribe faces cuts if shutdown continues
Aaron Payment, the chairman of the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians of Michigan, discusses the shutdown of the federal government.
Editorial: Mashantucket Tribe sullied by criminal convictions Editorial: Mashantucket Tribe sullied by criminal convictions
Newspaper comments on the fall of two leaders of the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation of Connecticut.
Jeffrey Whalen: Time to retire from Oglala corruption watch Jeffrey Whalen: Time to retire from Oglala corruption watch
The Oglala’s have a corrupted impeachment system. Once the Oyate elect the Tribal Council members into office the voters have little or no chance of removing them.
Native Sun News: US Senators designate  'National Bison Day' Native Sun News: US Senators designate 'National Bison Day'
Tim Johnson (D-SD) led a bipartisan group of Senators in introducing a resolution designating November 2, 2013, the first Saturday of November, as National Bison Day.
Kenneth Deer: Two Row Wampum welcomed in Netherlands Kenneth Deer: Two Row Wampum welcomed in Netherlands
The Two Row Wampum Belt made a historic trip to The Netherlands as part of the 400th anniversary of the treaty:
Jay Daniels: Sen. Feinstein holds land-into-trust fix hostage Jay Daniels: Sen. Feinstein holds land-into-trust fix hostage
Jay Daniels blames Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-California for holding up a fix the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Carcieri v. Salazar.

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