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• •New England ruling favors states over tribes (Indian Country Today) 12/30/04

• •Census Pushes For Indian Removal (Universal Press Syndicate) 12/17/04

• •U.S. Supreme Court decides cases without Rehnquist (Indianz.com) 12/14/04

• •Record payout ordered for Guatemala massacre (Reuters) 12/10/04

• • U.S. Supreme Court asked to rule on state taxation (Indianz.com) 12/2/04

• •Delaware Nation suit over Forks Twp. land dismissed (The Morning Call) 12/2/04

• •Court fight could hamper gas tax collections on ND Indian reservations (Grand Forks Herald) 11/29/04

• •Local tribe plans to alter sales tax exemption appeal (The Decatur Daily) 11/23/04

• •Tribes lament election of Johnson to high court (Seattle Post-Intelligencer) 11/22/04

• •Mattaponi treaty case a gray issue (The Daily Press) 11/20/04

• •State argues it can't be sued by tribe (The Post-Standard) 11/19/04

• •Cayugas and New York reach new agreement (The Post Standard) 11/19/04

• •Governments must consult First Nations, says top court (CBC) 11/18/04

• •Bill Would Redefine Indian Tribe (Washington Post) 11/17/04

• •Sherrill, Oneidas get date for court (The Post-Standard) 11/12/04

• • Pataki weighs taxes on reservation sales (Ithaca Journal) 11/12/04

• •Opinion: Pawlenty's assault on tribal nations doesn't pass constitutional muster (St. Paul Pioner Press) 11/11/04

• •Judge dismisses $25B BIA boarding school suit (Indianz.com) 11/08/04

• •Tribes want accord with state (Casper Star-Tribune) 11/09/04

• •Supreme Court takes action on Indian law cases (Indianz.com) 11/2/04

• •Indian law will be added to bar exam (The Seattle Times) 10/23/04

• •Pawlenty wants tribes to pay $350 million (Star Tribune) 10/22/04

• •State-tribe air commission approved (Durango Herald) 10/20/04

• •South Dakota challenge to tribes rejected by high court (Indianz.com) 10/19/04

• •Tribe sidesteps state policy (The Detroit News) 10/18/04

• •High court frustrates Indians (South Florida Sun-Sentinel) 10/15/04

• •Tribe: Pay us for air rights (New Zealand Herald) 10/7/04

• •Federal agents seize records from tribal housing authority (The Oklahoman) 10/8/04

• •Bilking of tribes could shake D.C. (Denver Post) 10/3/04

• •FBI investigating death at Rocky Boy jail (Havre Daily News) 10/1/04

• •Maine and One of Its Tribes Look to Buy Canadian Drugs (New York Times) 10/1/04

• •Senate Opens Hearings on Lobbyists for Tribes (New York Times) 9/29/04

• •Indian Sales of Tobacco Face New Pressure (New York Times) 9/26/04

• •S.D. tribal leaders, senators meet (Rapid City Journal) 9/25/04

• •GOP contests Gallup’s candidacy (Maui News) 9/25/04

• •Memorandum for the Heads of Executive Departments and Agencies: Government-to-Government Relationship with Tribal Governments (Whitehouse.gov) 9/23/04

• •Indigenous people have enjoyed only small gains in past decade: UN expert (UN news Centre) 9/23/04

• •Judge: Indian rights violated in redistricting (Argus Leader) 9/16/04

• •Judge scolds tribe over legal tactics (Sacramento Bee) 9/14/04

• •NCAI between 'rock and a hard place' on labor rider (Indianz.com) 9/17/04

• •Tribes' lobbyists at center of probe (The Clarion-Ledger) 9/11/04

• •Panel to propose rural justice changes (The Oregonian) 9/4/04

• •Judge: Indian rights violated in redistricting (Argus Leader) 9/16/04

• •Judge scolds tribe over legal tactics (Sacramento Bee) 9/14/04

• •NCAI between 'rock and a hard place' on labor rider (Indianz.com) 9/17/04

• •Tribes' lobbyists at center of probe (The Clarion-Ledger) 9/11/04

• •Panel to propose rural justice changes (The Oregonian) 9/4/04

• •Court backs agency ruling on reservoir (Richmond Times-Dispatch) 9/3/04

• •Tribe leads way to get road done (The Shawnee News-Star) 9/3/04

• •Judge backs Oklahoma tribe's claim in New York (Indianz.com) 9/3/04

• •Wewoka man named BIA superintendent (The Shawnee News-Star) 9/1/04

• •Tribal officials discuss Indian law, jurisdiction with media (Idaho State Journal) 9/1/04

• •C.A. Rules Tribal Custom No Defense to Enforcement Of Support Order in Dispute Over Gaming Revenues (Metropolitan News-Enterprise) 8/30/04

• •IRS Seize Canadian Gas Headed For Reservations (WOKR-TV 13) 8/30/04

• •Klamath Salmon Dispute Nears Compromise (The Guardian) 8/31/04

• •Reed Confirms Fees From Indian Casino Lobbyists (Washington Post) 8/30/04

• •Tribes look for answer on funding (Anchorage Daily News) 8/29/04

• •Juan-Saunders and Norris: An open letter to the UN regarding the Tohono O’odham border (Indian Country Today) 8/27/04

• •Senate committee to hold hearing on tribal lobbying (Indianz.com) 8/26/04

• •Munsees sue Oneidas over land claim (The Syracuse Post-Standard) 8/21/04

• •Governor, five tribes set to sign compacts (Sacramento Bee) 8/18

• •Oklahoma Tribes Look to Gas Tax Ruling for Guidance (Indianz.com) 8/16

No Casino on the Ballot [Narragansett] (Woonsocket Call) 8/14

• •Three towns enter tax battle against Mashantucket woman (Norwich Bulletin) 8/10

• •Bush tells journalists tribes 'given' sovereignty (Indianz.com) 8/9

• •Kerry stresses Native American issues (Arizona Republic) 8/9

• •Not all Dem hopefuls in state will get Native American vote (Arizona Republic) 8/9

• •New duties greet leader of regional BIA office (American News) 8/6

• •State stops settlement talks with Cayugas (The Post-Standard) 8/4

• •Tribe backs bonds bill (The Press Enterprise) 8/5

• •Governor, Agua Caliente will duke it out over ballot initiative (The Desert Sun) 8/3

• •Water settlement would bring water to Navajo homes (Farmington Daily Times) 8/3

• •Michigan Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Tribe (The South Bend Tribune) 7/31/04

• • Judge Throws Out Tribal Lawsuit (Pioneer Press) 7/31/04

• •15 Tribes Pay State $18.2 Million in Fifth Round of Quarterly Casino Payment (Tucson Citizen) 07/29

Shinnecocks, Town Clash over Casino (newsday.com) 07/29

• •Tribe Gets An Ally on Bonds (Press Enterprise) 07/28

• •Indian Gaming: Which Party Is Best for Tribes (Native Times) 07/27

• •Judges Ponder Foreman Appeal (Record Searchlight) 07/27

• •Tribal Split Threatens Governor's Gaming Pact (San Francisco Gate) 07/24

• •Duwamish Left out of City's Tribal Pacts (Post Intelligencer) 07/24

• •Defense Bill Helps Family on Slope (Anchorage Daily News) 07/23

• •Feds OK Goshute 'Balefill' Despite Members' Objections (Salt Lake Tribune) 07/23

Native Leaders Urge Quick Action on Roads (Journal Star) 07/21

• •Seattle, Tribes Sign Accord on 'Government-to-government' Relations (Post Intelligencer) 07/21

• •Tohono O’odham and Yaqui: ‘No More walls’ (Indian Country Today) 07/20

• •Ruling Limits Games Played at Tribal Casino (Omaha World Herald) 07/20

• •Tribe Again Seeks Return of Assets Seized in Raid on KCK Casino (Kansas City Star) 07/19

• •Gov.: Lack of Public Support Kills Casino Consideration (Democrat and Chronicle) 07/19

• •California Tribes Endorse Gaming Initiative (Indianz.com) 07/19

• •Some Urge New Approach in Tribal Casino Fight (Hartford Courant) 07/18

• •Attorney General Files Brief Opposing Tribal Member's Refusal to Pay Income Tax (The Day) 07/17

• •Casino Money Opening Doors for Many Tribes (Arizona Republic) 07/17

• •City Casino Talks Stop (Democrat and Chronicle) 07/17

• •Osage Contributions Bookend U.S. House Sovereignty Hearing (Examiner-Enterprise) 07/17

• •Ex-Lobbyist Is Focus of Widening Investigations (Washington Post) 07/16

• •HUD Still Retains Part of Lumbee Grant Funds (Fayetteville Observer) 07/16

• •Ariz. Indians Help Local Tribe with Funding for Casino (Union Tribune) 07/15

• •Suits Claim Indian School Abuses (Rapid City Journal) 07/13

• •Apology is fine but justice is better (Post Intelligencer) 07/11

• •Pojoaque Pueblo KOs Talks with AG's Office (Albuquerque Journal) 07/10

• •Carcieri Seeks Court's Opinion on Casino Referendum (Providence Journal) 07/10

• •Rincon Beset by Suits, Infighting (Union Tribune) 07/09

• •Tribal Officials Deny Obstructing FBI Investigation (newsok.com) 07/09

• •Anti-Indian Law Targeted, with Eye on Democrats (Boston Globe) 07/09

• •Rincon Tribe Loses Bid to Block Casino Pacts with Gov. (LA Times) 07/08

• •Tribal Contributions to States Up 30 Percent (Indianz.com) 07/08

• •Sac and Fox Nation to Help Oklahoma's Department of Transportation (kotv.com) 07/05

• •Fort Belknap Grazing Rates Soar (Great Falls Tribune) 07/04

• •Band Tells Court Earlier Pact Violated (Union Tribune) 07/03

• •Judge Won't Rule on Gold Mine Suit (Great Falls Tribune) 07/02

• •As Aquinnah Struggles, Pact with Tribe Recalled (Martha's Vineyard Gazette) 07/02

• •Accord on Gaming Clears Way for Budget (LA Times) 07/02

• •BIA Official Promises Policy on Off-reservation Gaming (Indianz.com) 06/30

• •Indian Affairs Official Exonerated (Ledger Enquirer) 06/30

• •More Than $100M in Wisconsin Compact Payments Due (Indianz.com) 06/30

• •Vote Set Today on Gaming Compacts (Union Tribune) 06/30

• •Seminoles Lose Appeal (newsok.com) 06/29

• •Judge Strikes Down '93 Pact that Opened Turning Stone (Ithaca Journal) 06/29

• •Tribe Tries to Block Accord (L.A. Daily News) 06/28

• •Masiello Optimistic Buffalo Will Get Casino (Business First) 06/28

• •Gov.'s Got a New Take on Casinos (LA Times) 06/26

• •St. Regis Mohawk Gaming Compact Ratified (news10now.com) 06/24

• •Calif Justices to Rule if Tribes Must Report Political Donations (Mercury News) 06/23

• •NLRB Opinions Appear at Odds (Press Enterprise) 06/23

• •Senecas Scoff at State Casino Talks with Tribe in Oklahoma (Buffalo News) 06/22

• •Anderson Returns to NCAI Amid Criticism over Recusal (Indianz.com) 06/22

• •Apology Resolution Faces Additional Delays under Bush (Indianz.com) 06/22

• •5 Tribes, Gov. Sign Gaming Compacts (LA Times) 06/22

• •Indian Country Jails Subject of Senate Hearing (Indianz.com) 06/21

• •Tribes Seek Apology over Owens' Rebuff (Denver Post) 06/19

• •Tribe, Prehistoric Site Find Gainful Partnership (Argus Leader) 06/18

• •Judge Bars Suburban Casino (The Ithaca Journal) 06/17

• •Indian Affairs Committee to Take up High-profile Issues (Indianz.com) 06/16

• •Peabody Loses Another Round in Navajo Coal Lease Fight (Indianz.com) 06/16

• •Morales Appeals Tribal Council Removal to BIA (Great Falls Tribune) 06/16

• •Court Ruling Adds to Debate over Tribal-labor Relations (Indianz.com) 06/15

• •Indians Ask U.S. to Say `I'm Sorry' (The Hartford Courant) 06/11

• •Big Tent Won't Fold (Press Enterprise)

• •Bill to Continue Funding for Unique Federal Agency (Indianz.com) 06/10

• •FBI Targets Cheyenne-Arapaho (newsok.com) 06/10

• •Tribe Opposes Coal Mine Expansion (kxmc.com) 06/10

• •Rincon Sues State to Stop New Gambling Agreements (North County Times) 06/10

• •Prosecutor Says No Charges Likely over Tribal Bison (Billings Gazette) 06/09

• •Casino without a Compact is Shut Down (Coyote Valley Band) (Sacramento Bee) 06/09

• •NLRB: Federal Labor Laws Apply on Reservations (The Day) 06/08

• •Indians to Discuss Relations with State (Arizona Republic) 06/08

• •Op-Ed: Gambling Reservations (Washington Times) 06/07

• •Indian Official to Talk in La Center about Cowlitz (The Columbian) 06/07

• •Tribes Must Surrender Records (newsok.com) 06/06

• •Federal Labor Board Expands Jurisdiction over Tribes (Indianz.com) 06/04

• •Clear Creek OK’d over Neighbors’ Objections (Reno Gazette Journal) 06/04

• •Some Cabazon Residents Want City (Press Enterprise) 06/04

• •Osage Tribal Change Clears House (newsok.com) 06/02

• •Richardson Signs Mescalero Gaming Compact (Albuquerque Journal) 06/01

• •Picayune Rancheria Wins Latest Round of Tillie Hardwick Litigation (Indian Country Today) 06/01

• •Arapahos to Continue Providing Child Protection (Star Tribune) 05/27

• •Oneidas Want Doyle to Ignore Kelso Plea to Change Compact (Press Gazette) 05/27

• •U.S. Supreme Court Won't Touch Indian Tax Ruling (Indianz.com) 05/26

• •Kenosha Dog Park Asks Appeals Court to Block Casino Deals (Star Tribune) 05/26

• •Group Files Suit against Casino Project (Buffalo News) 05/26

• •Some Tribes Oppose Limitless Slot Machines (Union Tribune) 05/25

• •Online Smokes Sales Bruise Convenience Stores (Fox News) 05/25

• •Opposition to Indian Landfill Deal in Odenton Growing (The Capital) 05/24

• •Catawbas Continue Push for Bingo Hall (myrtlebeachonline.com) 05/24

• •Gaming Compacts: Doyle Meets with Tribal Leaders (Pioneer Press) 05/22

• •Supreme Court to Hear Indian Tax Case (Norwich Bulletin) 05/21

• •Ho-Chunk to Withhold $30 Million from State (Lacrosse Tribune) 05/20

• •Hearing to Determine if ex-BIA Agent is Indian (Spokesman Review) 05/20

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• •Tribes Gain Say in Bison Debate (Star Tribune) 05/20

• •Resolution Offers Apology for 'Ill-conceived Policies' (Indianz.com) 05/19

• •Indian Country Awaits Outcome of Lobbying Probe (Indianz.com) 05/18

• •Tulalips, County Sign Pact (heraldnet.com) 05/18

• •Cayugas Plan to Open with 100 Machines (Post Standard) 05/14

• •Indians Fear Legal Breakup of Family (Washington Times) 05/13

• •Breaks Due Tribal Members (Leelanau Enterprise) 05/13

• •Court Strikes down Casino Deal (Journal Sentinel) 05/13

• •Park County Accused of Bias against Worker (Billings Gazette) 05/13

• •Anti-tribal Sovererignty Group Lays out Agenda to Reporters (Native Times) 05/12

• •Court Refuses to Block Vote on Slots Initiative (LA Times) 5/12

• •House OKs Gaming Vote (newsok.com) 05/12

• •Indian Tax Called Costly for State (Times Union) 05/12

• •Theodore Roosevelt National Park Suspends Bison Transfer to Three Affiliated Tribes (Grand Forks Herald) 05/11

• •Oneidas' Liquor License Bid Reviewed (Post Standard) 05/11

• •Hunting, Fishing Restrictions Ruffle Village Feathers (Anchorage Daily News) 05/09

• •Anti-gaming Lawmaker Invited to Speak to Tribes (Native American Times) 05/06

• •Northern Arapaho Tribe, State at Odds over Social Services (Casper Star Tribune) 05/06

• •Catawbas Sue for Right to Offer Video Poker (The State) 05/06

• •Police Bust Drug Ring Operating out of Tribal Casino (Native American Times) 05/05

• •Tribe, City Sign Deal to Pave Way for Snoqualmie Casino (Seattle Times) 05/05

• •Buffalo Challenging Senecas' Casino Plans (Ithaca Journal) 05/05

• •Casino Fund to Aid Police (Press Enterprise) 05/05

• •Alaska Tribes Sign Agreement for Refuge Services (Indianz.com) 05/03

• •Tribes Fear Backlash to Prosperity (LA Times) 05/03

• •Court Upholds Off-reservation Gaming Provision in IGRA (Indianz.com) 04/30

• •Tribe's Development Plan Might Go Before Voters (LA Times) 04/30

• •HUD: Lumbee Housing Program Broke Rules (Fayetteville Observer) 04/30

• •Census to Count Indian Farms (Albuquerque Journal) 04/29

• •University Still Hopes to Work with San Carlos Tribe (Eastern Arizona Courier) 04/29

• •Town Revises Narragansett Tribe's Tax Bill (Chariho Times) 04/29

• •Lawmakers Resume Push to Collect Tax on N.Y. Reservations (The Ithaca Journal) 04/28

• •Park Says 'Urgent' Bison Issue is under Review (Bismarck Tribune) 04/28

• •Judge Won't Dismiss Navajo Nation Suit against Peabody (Indianz.com) 04/27

• •Backers May Cash in on Tribal Casino Plan (Denver Post) 04/26

• •Sebelius Expects to Settle Casino Compact (Kansas) (Lawrence Journal World) 04/24

• •Seneca Indian Nation Withdraws Challenge to Internet Sales (fox23news.com) 04/22

• •Jena Band Proposes Grant Parish Casino to Blanco (The Town Talk) 04/22

• •Sixth Tribe Files Suit to Block Proposed Ballot Initiative (Mercury News) 04/22

• •Tribes Target Ballot Measure (Sacramento Bee) 04/21

• •Mescalero Gaming Feud Ends (El Paso Times) 04/21

• •Indian Summit on Education Aims for New Peace (Rapid City Journal) 04/21

• •Tulalip Tribal Members Sue EPA over Development of Outlet Mall (kgw.com) 04/21

• •Catawbas' Case Gets Stronger: McMaster Warns S.C. Could Lose in Court (Times and Democrat) 04/20

• •Global Church Hindered by Local Rules (Press Enterprise)

• •Gambling Proposal Could Allow Texas Tribes to Reopen Casinos (Houston Chronicle) 04/19

• •Pact to Aid Sites along Missouri (Billings Gazette) 04/14

• •State Helps Tribe Pay for Reburial (Post Intelligencer) 04/13

• •Interstate Stream Commission Denies Trust Abuse (Navajo Nation) (Daily Times) 04/13

• •Tribe Settles Suit; Casinos Clear Hurdle (Detroit Free Press) 04/10

• •Choctaw Nation Admits Outsmarting Rivals, State (newsok.com) 04/09

• •Year after High-speed Chase, Two DAs, Oneidas Reach Accord on Such Pursuits (Post Standard) 04/09

• •Agreement Reached to Protect Cultural Sites along Missouri River (Billings Gazette) 04/08

• •Tribe Loses at Casino Hearing (Kansas City Star) 04/08

• •Choctaws Press Chief to End Dealings with Lobbyist (Clarion Ledger) 04/07

• •Tribes' Funding Cuts Leave Workers Unpaid (newsok.com) 04/07

• •Tribes Aren't Likely to Unite for Catskills Casino (Times Union) 04/07

• •County Commission on Human Rights Issues Report on Indian Tribe's Complaint (Press Democrat) 04/07

• •Tribe's Lobbying Criticized (Miami Herald) 04/07

• •Tribe Says Rights Violated (Kansas City Kansan) 04/06

• •Nevada, Tribe Make Deal over Taxes (Las Vegas Sun) 04/06

• •Officials Close Wyandotte Casino (newsok.com) 04/03

• •N.D. Authorities Probe Tribe's Handling of Bison (Billings Gazette) 04/03

• •Frustrated Tribes Lament Rights Lost in Settlements (The Day) 04/02

• •Tent Still Standing in Mecca (Press Enterprise) 04/02

• •Pact May Be Closer on Indian Gambling (Union-Tribune) 04/01

• •Tent City's Organizers Vow to Stay (Press Enterprise) * 03/31

• •Supreme Court Divided Whether Ruling Bans Extensions of Compacts (Green Bay Press Gazette) 03/31

• •Talking points: Should tribal sovereignty be rolled back? (newsok.com) * 03/31

• •Probe Finds $10 Million in Payments to Lobbyist: Indian Tribes Unaware of Fees (Washington Post) * 03/29

• •Ambitious Deal Aims to Heal Two Tribes' Rift (Sacramento Bee) 03/28

• •NIGC Rules against Okla. Tribe's Casino in Kansas (Indianz.com) 03/26

• •Jemez Pueblo Leaders See Mayor (Albuquerque Journal) 03/26

• •Indians Oppose Bush Court Nominee (Montana Forum) 03/25

• •Senators Seek Increases for Tribal Justice Programs (Indianz.com) 03/24

• •Tribes Seek to Recall Thurston County Attorney and Sheriff (Journal Star) 03/24

• •State Looks to Competition to Force Renegotiation of Gambling Compacts (Star Tribune) * 03/24

• •Mohawks: Stop St. Lawrence Icebreaking (Bradenton Herald) 03/22

• •Tribes Allege County is Biased (Journal Star) 03/19

• •ASU Vows to Fight Havasupai Lawsuits (Arizona Republic) 03/18

• •Ouster stirs up Chugach Alaska Corp. (Anchorage Daily News) * 03/18

• •Town, Tribe Disagree on Proposed Police Cooperation Plan (Chariho Times) 03/18

• •Federal Court to Hear Appeal in Cushman Dam Case (News Tribune) 03/17

• •Agua Caliente Casino Employees Push Rights (Press Enterprise) * 03/17

• •Pact Would Give Indians More Control of Remains (Rapid City Journal) * 03/17

• •Tribe to begin Search for Remains at Construction Site (Post Intelligencer) * 03/16

• •Tribe Gets More Time for Comment on Findings on its Complaints (Press Democrat) 03/16

• •Indian Tribes Looking beyond Reservation Borders for Casinos (Herald Tribune) 03/15

• •Osages Give Committee an Earful (Native Times) 03/15

• •Friction Still Evident in Two Tribes' Fight for Separation (newsok.com) * 03/15

• •Three Native Groups to Hold Meetings (News-Miner) 03/15

• •Indian Tribes Use Influence in Congress to Bypass Local Opposition (Napa News) 03/14

• •State Lets Tribe Seek Gambling Initiative (The Desert Sun) 03/12

• •Sheriff: Deputies Always Back up Other Law Enforcement in County (Sioux City Journal) 03/11

• •Tribe that Operates Casino to Give Placer Nonprofits $1 Million Annually (Sacramento Bee) 03/10

• •Tribe Says Freudenthal Putting Children in Jeopardy (Casper Star Tribune) 03/10

• •Seminole Tribal Government Cleanup Regulated (St. Petersburg Times) 03/09

• •Supreme Court Weighs Self-determination Dispute (Indianz.com) 03/09

• •Governor Names Interim Indian Affairs Secretary (Daily Times) 03/09

• •Land Transfer Could Affect Senate Race (Rapid City Journal) * 03/06

• •Goshute Dissidents Rebuffed by Federal Court (Salt Lake Tribune) 03/06

• •Tribal Chair Denies Conflict of Interest by BIA Employees (Union-Tribune) 03/05

• •Ruling on Tribal Court Upheld (newsday.com) 03/05

• •ATV Incident Highlights Problem with Communication (Providence Journal) * 03/05

• •Chumash Demand Marshall Resign (Lompoc Record) 03/04

• •Tribe Grants Money Locally (theworldlink.com) 03/04

• •Inouye Criticizes Attempts to Change Trust Relationship (Indianz.com) 03/04

• •1 (one) Line Tribe Gives Neighbors a Say in Development (Union Tribune) 03/04

• •Lobbyist Quits as Firm Probes Work With Tribes (Washington Post) * 03/04

• •State Can Sue Tribes, Court Rules (LA Times) * 03/04

• •Tribes Propose New Way to Raise Money (king5.com) * 03/03

• •Some Indian Smoke Shops Are against a Proposed Oklahoma Tobacco Tax Hike (kotv.com) 03/03

• •Moving Up in the Ranks (Seattle Times) * 03/03

• •County Must Tweak Redistricting Map for Alamo (El Defensor Chieftan) 03/03

• •Tribe Makes Changes to Section 14 Plan (The Desert Sun) 03/03

• •Tribe, Town again Seek Parameters to Co-exist (The Westerly Sun) 03/02

• •Summary: Tribe Victim of Prejudice (Press Democrat) 03/02

• •Casino Foes Blast BIA (Norwich Bulletin) 03/02

• •Narragansetts Deserve Their Dream (Woonsocket Call) 03/02

• •Supreme Court Turns Down Gaming Machine Dispute (Indianz.com) 03/01

• •Tribe Official Arrested after Scuffle (Providence Journal) * 03/01

• •Havasupai File $25M Suit vs. ASU (Arizona Daily Sun) 02/28

• •Governor Announces Agreement with Tribe (Rapid City Journal) * 02/27

• •Think Tank's Directors Tied to PR Firm (Washington Post) * 02/26

• •Navajo Water Settlement is Delayed (Daily-Times) 02/26

• •N.M., Indian Gaming Pact Talks Stall (Albuquerque Journal) * 02/26

• •Casino Records Should Stay Secret, Attorney General Says (Journal Sentinel) 02/25

• •Appeals Court Rejects Utah Argument (Skull Valley Goshutes) (North County Times) 02/25

• •Pojoaque Offers to End Gaming Suit (Albuquerque Journal) * 02/25

• •Court Will Re-hear Skokomish Tribe's $6B Claim (Daily Journal of Commerce) 02/25

• •Supreme Court Won't Take on Calif. Compact Dispute (Indianz.com) 02/24

• •Tribes Seek Action on ICWA Compliance (Rapid City Journal) 02/24

• •The Point Is, They Are Willing to Share (LA Times) * 02/24

• •Authorities Accuse pair of Stealing from American Indian Livestock Feed Program (Great Falls Tribune) 02/24

• •High Court Wants Government's Perspective on Oneida Tax Feud (Newsday.com) 02/23

• •Yukon Flats Proposal Has Some Wary (News-Miner) 02/23

• •Commission: Little racism in RP casino opposition (Press Democrat) * 02/23

• •Ernest L. Stevens Jr.: Casino Gambling (Providence Journal) * 02/23

• •Word from Supreme Court Expected Monday (Oneida Dispatch) 02/21

• •Law Creating Indian Affairs Department Approved (Indianz.com) 02/20

• •Law Could Allow Tribes to Offer Workers' Comp (Visalia Times-Delta) 02/20

• •Appeals Court Sends Detroit Casino Suit Back Down (Detroit Free Press) 02/18

• •Jicarilla President Writes Cheney for Help with Crime (Albuquerque Journal) 02/19

• •APPEALS: at Issue is Whether the FPPC Can Sue the Agua Caliente Band (Press Enterprise) * 02/19

• •Exonerate Chief Leschi of Murder, Say Tribe, Lawmakers (Post Intelligencer) 02/19

• •Graton Indian Tribe Wins Rights Panel Help (Santa Rosa Press Democrat) 02/18

• •U.S. May Help O'odham with Security (Tucson Citizen) 02/18

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• •Neb. Tribe Calls for Rejection of Gaming Dispute (Indianz.com) 02/17

• •Tribal Insurer in State Probe (LA Times) * 02/17

• •Indian Gambling Debate Heats Up (Duluth News Tribune) 02/17
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• •Some Coushatta Tribe Members Want Congress to Probe Finances (Herald Tribune) 02/17

• •County Delays Decision on Tribal Deal (The Oregonian) 02/11

• •Native Americans Protest Their Disenrollment (Appeal-Democrat) 02/12

• •Port Rolls Dice, City Gives in, Puyallups Hit the Jackpot (News Tribune) 02/12

• •Shinnecock for the Record (Hampton Independent) 02/11

• •NY State official Wants to Delay Indian Tax (Times Union) 02/11

• •Tribe, Counties to Sign Disaster Aid Pact (Idaho State Journal) 02/10

• •Report Fuels Gaming Feud (Pawtucket Times) 02/10

• •GOP Defends Bush Indian Policies (Independent Record) 02/08

• •UPROAR: Tribal Leaders Thought Grants Jeopardized (Anchorage Daily News) * 02/07

• •Minnesota Governor Wants to Revisit Gaming Deals with Tribes (Star Tribune) * 02/06

• •Seneca Indian Nation Asks President Bush to Intervene in Tax Issue (newsday.com) 02/06

• •Bush Judicial Nominee Blasted by Democrats (Indianz.com) 02/06

• •AP Questionnaire: The Candidates on Indian issues (Indianz.com) 02/06

• •House Creates Cabinet-level Indian Affairs Department (Daily Times) 02/06

• •Tribe, City Hand out Answers (The Desert Sun) 02/06

• •Judge Halts Expulsion of 130 Tribe Members (Pechanga) (Press Enterprise) * 02/05

• •Feds Sued over OK for Drilling (Navajo Chapters) (Denver Post) 02/05

• •House Leader Vows Fight against Tobacco Tax Bill (Indianz.com) 02/04

• •Navajo Water Memorial Pulled (Daily Times) 02/04

• •Sandoval OKs Loan to Pueblo (Albuquerque Journal) 02/03

• •'Famous' Dave Anderson Starts Job as Head of BIA (Star Tribune) * 02/03

• •Senate Committee to Take Up Bill Myers Judgeship (Indianz.com) 02/03

• •Fight over Tribal Status Moved (LA Times) * 02/03

• •Courts Have No Jurisdiction, Lease Holders to Collect Back Royalties (Indian Country Today) 02/04

• •Natives Wary of New Rural Commission (Anchorage Daily News) 02/01

• •Tribal Ruling Means More of the Same (New Haven Register) 02/01

• •Diverse Groups Back Cigarette-Tax Plan (Washington Post) 01/31

• •Showdown Looms on Tribe's Recognition (Schaghticoke) (NYT) * 01/31

• •Supreme Court Hears from Tribes in Gaming Case (Indianz.com) 01/29

• •Oneida Indian Nation responds to the City of Sherrill's U.S. Supreme Court petition. (Oneida Dispatch) 01/29

• •Indian Help Program Gets Funds Reinstated (Billings Gazette) 01/29

• •Palm Springs Panel Approves Tribe's Entertainment District (LA Times) * 01/29

• •Jobs Cited in Push to Tax Reservation Sales (Buffalo News) 01/28

• •N.D. Judge Rules Gas Tax on Indians Illegal (Indianz.com) 01/28

• •Skeptical Justices Search for Answers in Tribal Gaming Cases (Journal Sentinel) 01/27

• •R.I. Tribe Takes Smokeshop Case to Higher Court (Indianz.com) 01/27

• •County Will Weigh Agreement with Tribe (Oregonian) 01/27

• •Signature Gathering for Slot Machine Initiative to Begin (Sacramento Bee) 01/26

• •City Official Apologizes to Indians (Rocky Mountian News) 01/26

• •Tribes Keep Records Secret for Fear of Sovereignty Challenge (Santa Fe New Mexican) 01/25

• •Dispute Continues over BIA Agent (Spokesman Review) * 01/24
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• •Federal Judge Scolds Justice Dept. Lawyers (Washington Post) 01/24

• •State Reviewing Tax Ruling (Minot Daily News) 01/24

• •Seneca Nation Sues New York over Internet Smoke Sales Ban (Indian Country Today) 01/24

• •Judge Rules for Casino (theworldlink.com) 01/24

• •Tribes Discuss Profit Sharing (LA Times) * 01/23

• •Tribe Puts Tax Deal on Table (Press Enterprise) * 01/22

• •Goshutes Ask Court to Deny IRS Access (Salt Lake Tribune) 01/22

• •Tribe's Measure Offers Tax Deal (LA Times) * 01/22

• •Tribe's Reservoir Plan Tabled Again (St. Joseph's News-Press) 01/22

• •Conversations with the Tribe: Shinnecock Trustees State Their Case (The Independent) 01/22

• •Tribes Giving Up Revenues, Exclusivity in Compact (Indianz.com) 01/21

• •Don't Bet on New Casino Just Yet (Rocky Mountain News) 01/21

• •Carcieri Plans Bill on Casino Tax (Providence Journal) * 01/21

• •Pataki Wants Another Delay in Collection of Indian Taxes (newsday.com) 01/20

• •Kickapoos, Landowners Fight over Water Project (Morning Sun) 01/20

• •BIA Approves Compacts for Navajos, Calif. Tribe (Indianz.com) 01/19

• •Tax-refund Applications Available to Tribe Members (Rapid City Journal) 01/16

• •Two Congressmen Act to Derail Federal Status for Santee Bingo (Times and Democrat) 01/16

• •Catawbas Shift Focus Seeking Bingo OK (Times and Democrat) 01/15

• •Settlement Allows Video Poker in Rock Hill (Times and Democrat) 01/14

• •Tribes Weighing Strategy against Gaming Measure (Union Tribune) 01/12

• •Supreme Court Limits Fuel-tax Refunds (Rapid City Journal) 01/09

• •Hudson Casino Case Headed for Appeals Court (Star Tribune) * 01/09

• •State Claims it Can Regulate Tribe that Sold Workers' Comp Policies (Sacramento Bee) 01/08

• •Tribe Opposes Notification Request (Westerly Sun) 01/07

• •Supreme Court Case on Jurisdiction Attracts Attention (Indianz.com) 01/08

• •Tribes Challenge Development Plan (Nez Perce) (Post Intelligencer) 01/08

• •Tribe Plans to Appeal Smoke-shop Judgment (Providence Journal) * 01/08

• •Tribe Sues over Subdivision (Nisqually) (News Tribune) 01/08

• •Schwarzenegger Seeks Revenues from Gaming Tribes (Indianz.com) 01/07

• •Supreme Court to Hear Two Indian Cases This Month (Indianz.com) 01/07

• •U.S. Court Lands Blow on Narragansett Indians (Indian Country Today) 01/06

• •Indian Vote Could Be ‘Sleeping Giant’ of American Politics (Indian Country Today) 01/02

 

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