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October 02, 2003
Calif. tribes spend $2.7M on Republican candidate (10/02)
USA Today Page 1: Tribes wield political power (10/02)
Kaw Nation drops lawsuit against former officials (10/02)
House panel approves Native land exchange bill (10/02)
Report links rise in crime to Native population (10/02)
Hall criticizes some on Senate Indian committee (10/02)
Native leader pleads not guilty to hate crime (10/02)
First woman appointed to Navajo Nation Supreme Court (10/02)
Judge won't cancel Redskins team trademarks (10/02)
Editorial: Bush should settle trust fund case (10/02)
University program aims to keep Indians in school (10/02)
Interior's top lawyer stepping down next month (10/02)
Nev. tribe acquires water rights from ranch (10/02)
Wis. tribe makes largest land conservation deal (10/02)
Oneida Nation fighting development of land (10/02)
N.M. breaks ground on Bosque Redondo memorial (10/02)
Conn. towns support state in Indian tax dispute (10/02)
Democrats block vote on Leavitt for EPA post (10/02)
School district says Native Pride not banned (10/02)
Confusion reigns as Meskwaki takeover fails (10/02)
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