2014 Fiduciary Duty News Stories

The case against coal terminals: Lummi cite health, environmental factors (Indian Country Today) 2/27/15

Opinion: Delayed justice for the Navajos (New York Times) 9/29/14

Navajo Nation to sign $554 million settlement from U.S. government (CNN) 9/25/14

Millions in mail for Native Americans (Rapid City Journal) 9/17/14

Secretary Jewell issues secretarial order affirming American Indian trust responsibilities (Jewell Press Release) 8/20/14

At Alaska tribal health meeting, Begich reports Alaska tribal contract settlements reach $449 million (Alaska Business Magazine) 8/13/14

Fee-to-trust lands may be unconstitutional (Alaska News Miner) 7/24/14

Tester seeks progress report on Cobell settlement implementation (U.S. Senate Committee on Indian Affairs) 7/16/14

Black farmer lobbyist wants piece of Indian deal (Associated Press News) 7/2/14

DOI sends out $50M in buy-back offers on Rosebud Reservation (Indianz) 6/25/14

Navajo Nation on receiving end of historic settlement (Indian Country Today) 6/17/14

Navajo Nation Council OKs $554M deal to end suit (AP) 5/30/14

Frustration grows over $3.4B settlement delay (AP) 5/18/14

Land buy program to begin its next phase (Grand Falls Tribune) 5/16/14

Tester introduces clean Carcieri fix (Indian Country Today) 4/1/14

Judge denies Cobell class representatives $8.2 million (Indian Country Today) 3/26/14

First payments of Oneida Nation and New York landmark agreement begin (Indian Country Today) 3/19/14

Ho-Chunk Inc. subsidiary gets $2.3 million federal contract (Indian Country Today) 3/18/14

We're in the funding, White House confirms full contract support costs (Indian Country Today) 2/19/14

DOI Secretary announces board selections for Cobell scholarship funds (Native American Times) 1/16/14


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