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Law Article: Risk of double taxation under new BIA regulation Law Article: Risk of double taxation under new BIA regulation
Attorneys discuss Bureau of Indian Affairs regulation affecting rights-of-way on Indian lands.
Alaska Supreme Court sides with tribe in child welfare dispute Alaska Supreme Court sides with tribe in child welfare dispute
Decision affirms tribal court jurisdiction in Indian Child Welfare Act cases.
A Tribe Called Red breaks ties with founding member DJ Shub A Tribe Called Red breaks ties with founding member DJ Shub
The group's website, Facebook and Twitter accounts no longer list DJ Shub.
New Mexico governor hosts annual meeting with tribal leaders New Mexico governor hosts annual meeting with tribal leaders
The meeting will be the first where the Fort Sill Apache Tribe has been invited.
Senate candidate backs holocaust memorial at Wounded Knee Senate candidate backs holocaust memorial at Wounded Knee
Larry Pressler said the museum could be built with state and federal funds.
Opinion: Bishop helped save lives of Sioux men after 1862 war Opinion: Bishop helped save lives of Sioux men after 1862 war
Professor explores the role of a bishop who convinced then-president Abraham Lincoln not to execute every Dakota man after the Dakota War of 1862.
Unsettled Ch. 20: Passamaquoddy Tribe still lacks constitution Unsettled Ch. 20: Passamaquoddy Tribe still lacks constitution
The Portland Press Herald continues its Unsettled series with a story about the lack of a joint constitution for the Passamaquoddy Tribe.
Case in Point: Citizen Potawatomi Nation develops an economy Case in Point: Citizen Potawatomi Nation develops an economy
Researcher discusses how the Citizen Potawatomi Nation of Oklahoma built its economy.
President of Oglala Sioux Tribe survives impeachment attempt President of Oglala Sioux Tribe survives impeachment attempt
President Bryan Brewer is back in office.
Richard Littlebear: Montana takes the lead in Indian education Richard Littlebear: Montana takes the lead in Indian education
Despite uneasy relationship with Native people, Montana has initiated some true innovations in the area of education.
Native Sun News: North Dakota tribe contains spill at pipeline Native Sun News: North Dakota tribe contains spill at pipeline
The Mandan, Hidatsa & Arikara Nation, working with federal, state, and corporate officials, has contained a pipeline spill that threatened to contaminate Lake Sakakawea.

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