Wednesday, March 2, 2011

News from Indianz.Com

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Headlines:

Native Sun News: 1868 Fort Laramie Treaty tribes urged to unite (3/2)
House Republicans plan bill to limit Cobell attorney fees to $50M (3/2)
DOJ opposes incentive payments for Cobell and named plaintiffs (3/2)
DOJ Blog: Tom Perrelli receives Indian Country Leadership Award (3/2)
William Kelly, a descendant of last Maidu chief, dies in California (3/2)
Joe Antonio Silversmith, Navajo Code Talker, passes away at 86 (3/2)
Blackfeet Nation declares state of emergency after major storm (3/2)
Double homicide of Pinoleville Pomo men unsolved after 6 years (3/2)
Police officer from Winnebago Tribe involved in shooting incident (3/2)
Gila River Tribe concerned about medical marijuana dispensaries (3/2)
Navajo Nation judge rules for rancher in dispute over bid process (3/2)
Opinion: Christian group spreads misinformation on Trail of Tears (3/2)
Opinion: 'Fighting Sioux' nickname an insult to Native Americans (3/2)
BIA rejects Class III gaming compact for Pinoleville Pomo Nation (3/2)
Indian Gaming Industry Report cites dip in tribal casino revenue (3/2)
March 23 hearing set in Bay Mills off-reservation casino dispute (3/2)
Nottawaseppi Huron Band looks to compete with hotel at casino (3/2)
Rhode Island governor backtracks on Narragansett gaming idea (3/2)
Key deadline approaching for beneficiaries to Cobell settlement (3/1)
White House aide vows support for fix to land-into-trust decision (3/1)
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