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7th Circuit blocks village from imposing fees on Oneida Nation 7th Circuit blocks village from imposing fees on Oneida Nation
The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals has sided with the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin in a dispute over fees imposed on trust land.
Blackfeet Nation council member pleads guilty in tribe's court Blackfeet Nation council member pleads guilty in tribe's court
A council member for the Blackfeet Nation of Montana pleaded guilty in tribal court.
Mexican Indians make up large segment of Native population Mexican Indians make up large segment of Native population
Indians from tribes based in Mexico make up the fourth largest segment of the American Indian and Native American population, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
WPR: Mining company can't keep Bad River Band off property WPR: Mining company can't keep Bad River Band off property
District attorney for Wisconsin county says energy company can't stop members of the Bad River Band from hunting, fishing, surveying or sightseeing on land being used for a controversial mine.
Opinion: Crow Tribe faces tough market with coal energy deal Opinion: Crow Tribe faces tough market with coal energy deal
Analyst examines a coal development deal signed by the Crow Tribe of Montana.
University urges students not to dress 'Indian' this Halloween University urges students not to dress 'Indian' this Halloween
The University of Colorado Boulder is urging students not to play Indian this Halloween.
Jane Root: Maine tribes establish domestic violence coalition Jane Root: Maine tribes establish domestic violence coalition
Jane Root, the director of the Maliseet Domestic and Sexual Violence Advocacy Center, explains how tribes in Maine are combating violence against Native women.
Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes draw attention to marriage law Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes draw attention to marriage law
The Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes have drawn a lot of media attention for their non-discriminatory marriage law in Oklahoma.
Native Sun News:  Lakota grandmother raising money for film Native Sun News: Lakota grandmother raising money for film
As Lakota grandmother Debra White Plume goes to testify against proposed uranium mining in the Black Hills during public hearings the week of Oct. 28, she is facing a deadline for her filmmaking on the subject.

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