2007 Tribal Government News Stories

• • Bill would let Wampanoag operate Seashore programs (Cape Cod Times) 11/9/07

• • Tribes to create offender registries (TulsaWorld.com) 5/14/07

• • Tribal chairwoman champions sovereignty (Yakima Herald Republic) 4/23/07

• • A tribe in upheaval (Sacramento Bee) 4/8/07

• • Women candidates turn focus to social issues (Seattle Times) 3/21/07

• • 'State of Indian Nations': Could be stronger (Indian Counrty Today) 02/02/07

• • Cherokee election targeted (Oklahoman) 02/03/07

• • Tribal Council veterans ousted (Leelanau Enterprise) 02/01/07

• • State of indian nations: Garcia hears Bush's speech, prepares for his own (New Mexican) 01/24/07

• • Navajo Supreme Court rules Tsosie can't serve on two legislative bodies (ABQ Journal) 1/18/2007

• • Shirley takes office for second term as Navajo president (Free New Mexican) 1/10/07

• • County asked to intervene in dispute between two Mi-Wuk tribes (Union Democrat) 1/9/07

• • Tsosie appeals to high court [Navajo Nation] (Independent) 1/4/07

Articles are arranged from most recent (December) to least recent (January) for this particular year and topic.

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