Monday, February 7, 2011

News from Indianz.Com


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Headlines:

Vi Waln: Settlement in Indian trust fund case benefits just handful (2/7)
Charles Trimble: Tribal advocacy in the history of the United States (2/7)
Mark Trahant: The Indian Health Service and state budget shortage (2/7)
Terri Henry: Restore respect and safety for first women of this land (2/7)
Billy Frank: Washington tribes work to protect and produce salmon (2/7)
Rep. Nick Rahall: Helping tribes with economic recovery and growth (2/7)
Opinion: Arvo Mikkanen federal court nomination and the white man (2/7)
Sen. Akaka announces members of Senate Indian Affairs Committee (2/7)
NativeOne slated to be first Indian firm on New York Stock Exchange (2/7)
Members of Quapaw Tribe seek damages for trust mismanagement (2/7)
Center: Payday lenders turning to tribes to avoid state jurisdictions (2/7)
US Attorney in Minnesota opening more Indian Country crime cases (2/7)
HCN: Elmer Crow, Nez Perce elder, spreads the love for the lamprey (2/7)
Editorial: New York on track to collect tobacco tax in Indian Country (2/7)
Column: Team owner needs to get rid of offensive Redskins mascot (2/7)
Opinion: Democratic president was responsible for the Trail of Tears (2/7)
Oneida Nation launches ad campaign against off-reservation casino (2/7)
Editorial: State unfair in Tohono O'odham off-reservation casino bid (2/7)
Editorial: Washington quickly becoming home to more tribal casinos (2/7)
Delphine Red Shirt: Giago's newspaper gives voice to Indian writers (2/4)
Elouise Cobell to visit Navajo Nation to talk about $3.4B settlement (2/4)
Jodi Gillette: Celebrating National Women in Sports Awareness Day (2/4)
Law Article: The case for tribal self-governance and bankruptcy law (2/4)
Opinion: Eliminating the BIA, the IHS and all other Indian programs (2/4)
More headlines... www.indianz.com

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