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• • State, Indian tribes bolster partnership (Oklahoman) 10/31/05

• • Seminoles allow Davie police to pursue suspects onto reservation land (South Florida Sun-Sentinel) 10/11/05

• • Tribal-state taxation case goes before Supreme Court (Indianz.com) 10/3/05

• • Supes extend agreement with Pala tribe (Village News Network) 9/30/05

• • Extradition compact with tribes overdue (Argus Leader) 9/26/05

• • Gambling compact clash goes to high court (Duluth News Tribune) 9/8/05

• • Nisqually, Squaxin tribes get law enforcement grants (Olympian) 8/29/05

• • Tribes get no border breaks (Bellingham Herald) 8/22/05

• • No agreement on management of land near Chumash Casino (AP) 8/19/05

• • Gov. Heineman, Attorney General Bruning Sign Cross-Deputization Agreements (State of Nebraska) 8/12/05

• • Supreme Court arguments in tribal tax case set (Indianz.com) 8/1/05

• • McCain prods tribes, government on tribal land dispute (Indianz.com) 7/22/05

• • Caribbean Native nations join U.N. Permanent Forum (Indian Country Today) 7/22/05

• • Tribe battles huge wave of immigrants (Salt Lake Tribune) 7/22/05

• • To many, he is a quiet conservative (Boston Globe) 7/21/05

• • Supreme Court rejects Native logging rights claim (Indianz.com) 7/21/05

• • Tribes lobby to end land dispute (Farmington Daily) 7/15/05

• • Group seeks solidarity among Indian women (The Wichita Eagle) 7/13/05

• • Fundamental justice shaken in Iroquois land cases (Indian Country Today) 7/7/05

• • Oneida Nation gets respite in property tax fight (Indianz.com) 7/6/05

• • Prosecutor files rare reservation extradition request (Rapid City Journal) 7/4/05

• • Senate Indian Affairs Committee passes bills (Indianz.com) 6/29/05

• • Supreme Court wraps up October 2004 term (Indianz.com) 6/28/05

• • McCain seeks to close 'revolving door' in Washington (Indianz.com) 6/28/05

• • Cherokees Make Offer to Delawares (Bartlesville Examiner) 6/28/05

• • Justices Uphold Taking Property for Development (N.Y. Times) 6/24/05

• • Court rules against farmers in water case (Casper Star Tribune) 6/24/05

• • Update on Senate hearing on lobbying scandal (Indianz.com) 6/22/05

• • IRS guidance for tribes found wanting (Indian Country Today) 6/21/05

• • U.S. Supreme Court vacancy impacts tribal rights (Indianz.com) 6/20/05

• • Native view of the border (Fot Wayne News Sentinel) 6/13/05

• • Senate bill restores funding for Indian programs (Indianz.com) 6/9/05

• • Senator: Tribes with casinos should get less U.S. funding (Las Vegas Review Journal) 6/8/05

• • Gaming foes banked on Ralph Reed (Atlanta Journal-Constitution) 6/505

• • Bush Poised to Nominate Dozens For Judgeships, GOP Insiders Say (Washington Post) 6/3/05

• • Judge rebuffs state's attempt to impose taxes on tribe (Indianz.com) 6/2/05

• • Kept promises are better than apologies (Indian Country Today) 5/27/05

• • Judicial pick may be fall guy in political fight (Denver Post) 5/23/05

• • Hearing scheduled on U.S. apology resolution (Indianz.com) 5/20/05

• • City of Boston to lift American Indian ban (Boston Globe) 5/19/05

• • 14 states file brief in Supreme Court tribal tax case (Indianz.com) 5/13/05

• • 'Rogue villages' misusing funds, Stevens says (Fairbanks Daily News-Miner) 5/8/05

• • Rights-office closings fought (The Denver Post) 5/03/05

• • Tribe drops suit, seeks ‘administrative solution' (Skagit Valley Herald) 5/03/05

• • Trial lawyers grant will help Indians access legal advice (Argus Leader) 5/03/05

• • State sues EPA over water rules (The Oklahoman) 4/30/05

• • Indian fishing dispute has first day in court (The Buffalo News) 4/29/05

• • Fund-Raising: Take It to the (West) Bank (Newsweeek) 4/25/05

• • ‘Put the Hammer in the slammer’: DeLay linked to swindle of Indian tribes (People's Weekly World) 4/21/05

• • Brownback reintroduces Native apology resolution (Indianz.com) 4/21/05

• • Lobbying reform targeted at DeLay, Abramoff issues (The Hill) 4/21/05

• • Supreme Court Roundup: Indian law cases rejected (Indianz.com) 4/19/05

• • Indian lawyer cites 'hostile' atmosphere in Washington (Indianz.com) 4/15/05

• • Supreme Court called less sympathetic to Indians (Indianz.com) 4/7/05

• • Lawyer OKs collecting taxes on tribes (Syracuse, The Post-Standard) 4/6/05

• • Tulalips' bid for share of sales tax dies in Senate (Seattle Post-Intelligencer) 4/6/05

• • Treaty deal took 12 years to reach (Vancouver Sun) 4/4/05

• • Judicial activism defines high court's Oneida ruling (Indian Country Today) 3/31/05

• • Appeals court sides with tribe in car tag dispute (Indianz.com) 3/28/05

• • KBIC residents oppose tax talks (The Daily Mining Gazette) 3/18/05

• • FEC ruling separates tribes from their businesses (Indianz.com) 3/14/05

• • Treaty activist tackles human rights at U.N. (Rapid City Journal) 3/12/05

• • Lawmakers hope to form coalition (Oklahoman) 3/13/05

• • Panel approves Native Hawaiian, NAGPRA changes (Indianz.com) 3/10/05

• • Indian Affairs Committee objects to Bush funding cuts (Indianz.com) 3/8/05

• • McCain takes on controversial topics in 109th Congress (Indianz.com) 3/7/05

• • No-bid ANC contracts scrutinized (Government Computer News) 3/4/05

• • Bootlegging bust (The Gallup Independent) 3/5/05

• • Judicial Nominee to Face Senate Panel Again (L.A. Times) 3/1/05

• • Tribes win decision in contract support cost case (Indianz.com) 3/2/05

• • Top court to weigh reservation gas tax (Business Week) 2/28/05

• • Mail-order drug plan contested (Bangor Daily News) 2/24/05

• • CBA Recommends Reconciliation Payments For All Re/sidential School Survivors (Canadian Bar Association) 2/22/05

• • New Round of Speculation About Rehnquist's Farewell (New York Times) 2/22/05

• • Jurisdiction debate persists despite interagency pact (Idaho State Journal) 2/14/05

• • Rural Justice panelist resigns in protest (Anchorage Daily News) 2/9/05

• • Tulalip residents seek legal aid ( Daily Herald) 2/7/05

• • Dave Anderson resigns from BIA (Minnesota Public Radio) 1/31/05

• • Johnson expects tough times for Indian initiatives (Indianz.com) 1/18/05

• • Supreme Court takes action on Indian law cases (Indianz.com) 1/11/05

• • Bar considers adding Indian law to exam (The Shawnee News-Star) 1/09/05

• • High Court to hear Sherrill appeal Tuesday (Oneida Daily Dispatch) 1/08/05

 

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