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MPR: Red Lake Nation takes a small step towards legal marijuana MPR: Red Lake Nation takes a small step towards legal marijuana
David Manuel, an enrolled member of Red Lake Nation and an advocate for producing marijuana, argues that the industry would provide an economic opportunity for Red Lake.
Federal judge hits Miccosukee Tribe lawyer with $1M in sanctions Federal judge hits Miccosukee Tribe lawyer with $1M in sanctions
Bernardo Roman III was ordered to pay $1 million for pursuing a baseless lawsuit against the tribe's former law firm.
Oneida Nation and Yakama Nation in football championship wager Oneida Nation and Yakama Nation in football championship wager
The Oneidas accepted a challenge from the Yakamas and some big stakes are on the table.
Turtle Talk announces winner of big Indian law and policy contest Turtle Talk announces winner of big Indian law and policy contest
The answer may surprise you!
Cherokee Nation among seven tribes in IHS construction program Cherokee Nation among seven tribes in IHS construction program
The tribe will spend $53.1 million on a new hospital in Tahlequah.
DOI sends $20M in land-buy back offers on Salt River Reservation DOI sends $20M in land-buy back offers on Salt River Reservation
Landowners have until March 6 to determine whether they want to sell their fractionated interests.
Supporters of Chris Deschene still upset with handling of election Supporters of Chris Deschene still upset with handling of election
The Navajo Nation entered a new year without a new president.
Lytton Band asks voters to approve utility service to housing site Lytton Band asks voters to approve utility service to housing site
The issue could be on the ballot in June of November.
Chumash Tribe slams official for questioning 'reservation system' Chumash Tribe slams official for questioning 'reservation system'
Chairman Vincent Armenta said the tribe must repeatedly battle local officials who don't respect its sovereignty.
Gabe Galanda: Tribes are carrying out the wishes of the colonizer Gabe Galanda: Tribes are carrying out the wishes of the colonizer
Our elders and spiritual leaders do not teach the practice of disenrollment.
Mark Trahant: Investing in future generations of our Native youth Mark Trahant: Investing in future generations of our Native youth
Indian Country is rarely mentioned during a presidential State of the Union. That’s too bad.
Native Sun News: Tribes continue fight against Keystone Pipeline Native Sun News: Tribes continue fight against Keystone Pipeline
The most recent House bill to approve the Keystone pipeline was passed 266-153 and sent to the Senate.
Ray Halbritter: Author's family apologized for anti-Indian stance Ray Halbritter: Author's family apologized for anti-Indian stance
As a people with centuries of roots in this region, the Oneida Indian Nation has an abiding interest in promoting and preserving this sacred place we all call home.
Ernestine Chasing Hawk: Suffering continues after Wounded Knee Ernestine Chasing Hawk: Suffering continues after Wounded Knee
Because the family of Frank L. Baum apologized, am I or other members of the Mniconjou and Hunkpapa Lakota Nations obligated to accept that apology.

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