Monday, October 11, 2010

News from Indianz.Com


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Headlines:

Tim Johnson: Thoughts on South Dakota Native American Day (10/11)
Turtle Talk: The Supreme Court Bar not so great for Indian law (10/11)
The Crime Report: A liquor ban on the Pine Ridge Reservation (10/11)
Little Traverse Bay Bands debate changes in council salaries (10/11)
Column: Catawba Nation pays honor to eldest women in tribe (10/11)
Art Review: Contemporary Native art collection at NMAI in DC (10/11)
Column: Oneida man faced ouster from sheriff's post in 1958 (10/11)
Opinion: Political salaries on First Nations should stay public (10/11)
Opinion: Dartmouth should honor Abenaki Tribe with mascot (10/11)
Opinion: Christopher Columbus wasn't as bad as some tribes (10/11)
Gila River Governor: Casino suit about respect and principles (10/11)
Editorial: Seneca Nation in another showdown with New York (10/11)
Column: Graton Rancheria casino affects Sen. Boxer's record (10/11)
Editorial: Reject non-Indian gaming in Oregon this November (10/11)
Native Sun News: Company aims to develop Black Hills uranium (10/8)
Luiseno artist invites public to Take a Picture with a Real Indian (10/8)
HHS Secretary Sebelius establishes Tribal Advisory Committee (10/8)
Opinion: Time to pass Cobell and African-American settlements (10/8)
Quechan Nation accuses IHS of violating its trust responsibility (10/8)
Turtle Talk: The most important justice in new Indian law cases (10/8)
Scott McAdams: Senate race about IHS and Native subsistence (10/8)
Sen. McCaskill plans bill to restrict Native contracting programs (10/8)
GOP candidate supports reform of Native contracting programs (10/8)
Editorial: Violence against Native women affects all community (10/8)
Federal judge consolidates tribal tobacco lawsuits in New York (10/8)
Letter: Some big news for Alaska Natives in child welfare cases (10/8)
APRN: St. Paul Tribe receives funding for study of sea lion's diet (10/8)
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