2023 Voting and Civil Rights (Juries, Census, Voting, Redistricting) News Stories

Native American voters score victory in U.S. district court in Arizona (Native News Online) 9/16/2023

Northern California health center first in nation to be designated a voter registration center on Tribal lands (Fox 40 Sacramento) 9/13/2023

Tribal nations face less accurate, more limited 2020 census data because of privacy methods (ABC News) 9/8/2023

Protecting the sacred right to vote for Native Americans (Indian Country Today) 7/20/2023

Tribes mark 75 years of voting rights, but leaders say they remain vigilant (AZ Central) 7/14/2023

Civil rights committee finds Native voting rights impeded, finalizes recommendations (Yankon Daily Press & Dakotan) 7/10/2023

Voting rights advocates welcomed a Supreme Court win. But the fight isn't over (NPR) 6/18/2023

Lawsuit that claims Native American vote was diluted by North Dakota lawmakers given to judge (INFORUM) 6/15/2023

Trial begins in Native American tribes' lawsuit over North Dakota redistricting map (The California Sun) 6/13/2023

Case arguing Native American vote in North Dakota has been diluted goes to trial (Grand Forks Herald) 6/12/2023

Congressional Delegation Urges Biden Administration To Improve Native American Voting Access In New Mexico (Los Alamos Daily Post) 5/23/2023

Tribal advocates secure settlement for local elections in North Dakota county (Kiowa County Press) 5/9/2023

Native American advocates criticize new election laws as civil rights group drafts recommendations (Black Hills Pioneer) 5/4/2023

Colorado tribes could be the first to get automatic voter registration under a new bill (KUNC) 4/13/2023

White House report highlights voting barriers for Native American voters (Michigan Advance) 4/13/2023

Federal agencies lag in registering voters despite Biden executive order, advocates say (Minnesota Reformer) 4/11/2023

New Mexico governor signs bill expanding voter access for Native Americans (Navajo-Hopi Observer) 4/4/2023

Board of Elections changes voter registration form to comply with tribal lawsuit settlement (South Dakota Searchlight) 3/15/2023

Voting rights bill in New Mexico to benefit rural Indigenous residents (Navajo-Hopi Observer) 3/14/2023

New Mexico voting rights measure nears passage at the Roundhouse (Albuquerque Journal) 3/8/2023

Two Nebraska tribes file lawsuit against Thurston County (Siouxland News) 1/26/2023

Lawsuit claims redistricting In Thurston County discriminated against Native Americans (Nebraska Patch) 1/24/2023

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