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• • Federal opinion bolsters Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe's claims (Cape Cod Times) 3/19/14

• • Tribal judge works for Yurok-style justice (L.A. Times) 3/5/14

• • Prosecuting non–Native Americans (Al-Jazeera America) 2/22/14

• • For abused Native American women, new law provides a 'ray of hope' (North Country Public Radio) 2/20/14

• • Federal panel visits Arizona to discuss violence against reservation children (Cronkite News Online) 2/11/14

• • Native American tribes begin, for the first time, to prosecute non-Indian wife abusers (All Gov) 2/9/14

• • New law offers protection to abused Native American women (Washington Post) 2/8/14

• • Do tribal traditions have a role in Michigan courts? County receives grant to explore possibility of peacemaking court (Legal News) 2/6/14

• • Sentencing committee to hold hearing on VAWA reauthorization (Friends Committee on National Legislation) 2/3/14

• • Justice Department announces three tribes to implement special domestic violence criminal jurisdiction under VAWA 2013 (Department of Justice) 2/6/14

• • Strong interest in new peacemaking court in Washtenaw County (Michigan Radio) 2/3/14

• • Yakama's 'bittersweet' moment: Gaining some criminal jurisdiction (Indian Country Today) 1/29/14

• • Troy Eid on why tribes need control over their justice systems (Indian Country Today) 1/23/14

• • Indian Law and Order Commission: Shelving this report is a huge mistake (Indian Country Today) 1/22/14

• • The wild, wild north: Law & order scarce in rural Alaska (Indian Country Today) 1/22/14

• • Bill would have Nebraska recognize tribal rulings (SF Gate) 1/12/14

• • Opinion: Governor's claim doesn't jibe with Alaska's rape rate (Anchorage Daily News) 1/4/14

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