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Rob Williams: Marijuana generates a buzz in Indian Country Rob Williams: Marijuana generates a buzz in Indian Country
At least as long as the Obama administration is in charge at the Department of Justice, tribes that want to grow and sell the drug only have to meet the same guidelines as states that have opted for full- or partial-legalization of marijuana.
Red Cliff Band asks voters about legal marijuana and hemp Red Cliff Band asks voters about legal marijuana and hemp
The non-binding referendum asks about marijuana for medical and recreational purposes and hemp for industrial use.
State challenges Ute Tribe's jurisdiction over police officers State challenges Ute Tribe's jurisdiction over police officers
Todd Rory Murray was killed during an encounter with non-tribal police. His family believes the 21-year-old was murdered.
Food: A high-protein snack inspired by the Kutzadika'a Tribe Food: A high-protein snack inspired by the Kutzadika'a Tribe
The recipe calls for just one ingredient -- a handful of alkali fly pupae, collected from Mono Lake in California for authenticity's sake.
Non-Indian violates Rosebud Sioux Tribe banish order again Non-Indian violates Rosebud Sioux Tribe banish order again
Steven Nichols is a repeat offender -- he's been convicted four times since 2013 of criminal trespass on the reservation.
Law Article: Let the eagle feathers fly at school graduations Law Article: Let the eagle feathers fly at school graduations
This is not the first time an Oklahoma school district has prohibited a Native American student from demonstrating a sincere form of cultural and religious expression during one of life’s most significant occasions.
Opinion: Let's pay tribute to our real warriors with mascots Opinion: Let's pay tribute to our real warriors with mascots
We have a modest proposal to restore harmony to the sacred institution of sports mascotry.
Winner of Women on 20s ballot to be announced on May 12 Winner of Women on 20s ballot to be announced on May 12
Voting closes on Sunday to so time is running out to support the late Wilma Mankiller, who was the first woman to lead the Cherokee Nation.
American Indian Cultural Center and Museum stuck in limbo American Indian Cultural Center and Museum stuck in limbo
The facility sits unfinished in Oklahoma City and needs another $80 million before it can open to the public.
Water conference in Arizona focuses on tribal perspectives Water conference in Arizona focuses on tribal perspectives
The Gila River Indian Community is hosting the University of Arizona Water Resources Research Center conference next month.
BIA hopes to implement new ICWA regulation by end of year BIA hopes to implement new ICWA regulation by end of year
Public comments are due by May 19 on a rule that seeks to ensure compliance by state courts and child welfare agencies.
Allie Greenleaf Maldonado: My personal ICWA success story Allie Greenleaf Maldonado: My personal ICWA success story
I am looking at a picture of a beautiful little boy who is a citizen of the Little River Band of Odawa Indians. He is my son.
Column: Bois Forte Band welcomes visitors to fishing opener Column: Bois Forte Band welcomes visitors to fishing opener
In many respects, the Bois Forte Band exemplifies ways that communities of different cultural backgrounds can get along, even when the issue is sharing natural resources.
Lawmakers plan bill to name wildlife refuge after Billy Frank Lawmakers plan bill to name wildlife refuge after Billy Frank
The Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge in Washington would be renamed in honor of the late treaty rights activist.
Protest urges President Obama to deny Keystone XL Pipeline Protest urges President Obama to deny Keystone XL Pipeline
Tribal members are a holding a protest and rally to draw the president's attention during his visit to Watertown, South Dakota.
Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux Tribe victory in uranium case Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux Tribe victory in uranium case
Native American and other opponents of uranium mining and milling in the southern Black Hills claimed victory when a Nuclear Regulatory Commission oversight panel ruled in their favor.
GOP candidate compared jihadists to 'bad guys' in Westerns GOP candidate compared jihadists to 'bad guys' in Westerns
National Congress of Americans Indians President is criticizing Mike Huckabee's use of 'hurtful' stereotypes.

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