tag: shutdown

U.S. Capitol
Congress will have until early March to finish work it was supposed to complete last fall under a bill approved with broad bipartisan support.
NAFOA
Do you love the NAFOA newsletter? Forward it to a friend!
San Felipe Pueblo Head Start
As Head Start approaches its 60th year, federal funding for the pre-kindergarten program remains well short of the need in Indian Country and beyond.
Tom Cole
With only eight weeks left in the year, members of Congress certainly have our work cut out for us
NAFOA
Boo — only 18 days until funding for Indian Country programs runs out.
NAFOA
It’s #NAFOAFall23 Week! More than 800 tribal leaders, financial professionals, and industry experts are in attendance in Arizona.
Fawn Sharp
Indian Country is on high alert as the U.S. government prepares for a possible shutdown, the first of its kind in more than three years.
Native America Calling NAC
A coalition of tribal organizations is warning about the potential damage of a federal government shutdown to tribal citizens.
Andy Biggs and Eli Crane
Two Arizona lawmakers were among five Republicans who broke ranks and voted to block a defense authorization bill, the latest twist in a budget fight that could cause a government shutdown.
Gigi Modrich
The countdown to #NAFOAFall23 is on!
Roselyn Tso
After years of work, tribes finally achieved a historic first for the Indian Health Service. But Republicans are already ripping apart the funding agreement.
Native Women in Red Shawls
A long-overdue update to the Violence Against Women Act is finally becoming law to protect more women, children and elders in tribal communities.
uscapitol
A bill to provide COVID-19 relief and fund the federal government, including Indian Country programs, has been released.
debhaaland
In a historic first, Deb Haaland, one of the first two Native women to serve in the U.S. Congress, has been tapped to serve in the incoming Joe Biden administration.
Border Barrier Construction: Yuma
Can President Trump use military funds for the wall along the U.S. border? The Supreme Court is set to decide.
uscapitol
It’s a busy week for Indian Country’s legislative agenda on Capitol Hill.