2010 Tribal Government News Stories

• • Slaughter says Iroquois lacrosse team issue resolved (Congresswoman Louis M. Slaughter) 07/14/10

• • Interior opposes updated tribal self-governance (Indian Country Today) 06/15/10

• • Pressure builds in Hopi dismissals and disputes (Indian Country Today) 06/15/10

• • 5 look to become next Navajo Nation president (Indian Country Today) 04/26/10

• • Soboba tribe elects new chairman (The Press Enterprise) 04/28/10

• • Tribal leaders face off in Navajo Supreme Court (The Salt Lake Tribune) 04/28/10

• • Navajo high court hears arguments in election case (The Daily Herald) 04/20/10

• • Splintered Little Shell Tribe struggles against history (The Missoulian) 03/28/10

• • Judge urges tribal courts to adopt codes of judicial conduct (Indian Country Today) 03/15/10

• • NARF receives $1.5 million tribal grant (Indian Country Today) 03/17/10

• • Hopi Appellate Court upholds village's sovereignty (Indian Country Today) 03/01/10

• • Interior announces action plan on tribal consultation (Indianz.com) 02/22/10

• • Override backs traditional Navajo law (KRQE.com) 02/23/10

• • St. Regis Mohawk Tribe creates land dispute tribunal (Indianz.com) 02/16/10

• • Navajo president vetoes bill amending traditional laws (MyFoxPhoenix.com) 02/18/10

• • Tribal tea partiers hold rally (The Rapid City Journal) 02/17/10

• • S. Utes put ethics code on hold (The Durango Heralde) 02/16/10

• • Opinion: separation of power needed for tribes (The Bismarck Tribune) 02/07/10

? ? Leader says tribes stronger through self-determination (NewsOK) 01/30/10

? ? 2010 State of Indian Nations Address (audio) (NAPT) 01/29/10

? ? 2010 State of Indian Nations Address (transcript) (NCAI.org) 01/29/10

• • Blackfeet members meet in hopes of writing new constitution (greatfallstribune.com) 01/26/10

• • Traditional peacemakers (The Havre Daily News) 01/06/10


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