2018 Tribal Jurisdiction News Stories

Attorneys respond to Supreme Court's questions about Murphy case (The Journal Record) 12/28/18 (See Carpenter v. Murphy)

Could half of Oklahoma end up under Native American jurisidiction? (VOA) 12/10/18 (See Carpenter v. Murphy)

Supreme Court decision could restore millions of acres to Muscogee Creek Nation (The Norman Transcript) 11/23/18 (See Murphy v. Carpenter)

State's medical marijuana law holds no weight in Cherokee Nation (Cherokee Phoenix) 9/10/18

Judge allows lawsuit against Crow nursing home to proceed (Great Falls Tribune) 7/28/18 (See Wilhite v. Awe Kualawaache Care Center)

'Native women can't wait': Bill expands tribal jurisdiction over non-Indians (Indianz) 7/26/18 (See 115th Congress H.R. 6545)

Navajo Nation scores victory in dispute over slip and fall at casino (Indianz) 7/24/18 (See Navajo Nation v. Dalley)

U.S. Supreme Court to hear case that could put Tulsa area back in Creek Nation's jurisdiction (Tulsa World) 5/22/18

Navajo Nation judge weighs jurisdiction of sexual abuse lawsuits against Mormon church (The Salt Lake Tribune) 4/11/18

Sho-Ban Tribes introduce PL 280 bill (Sho-Ban News) 3/9/18

Muder case revives debate over tribal sovereignty, death penalty (Santa Fe New Mexican) 3/3/18

Grand Canyon copter crashed on tribal land with fewer rules (NewsOK) 2/12/18

Oklahoma appeals ruling overturning murder convition (The Norman Transcript) 2/7/18

SCOTUS declines to consider whether tribal courts have jurisdiction to adjudicate employment claims (The National Law Review) 1/22/18

Another tribal treaty rights dispute looms on the Supreme Court's docket (Indianz) 1/16/18 (See Herrera v. Wyoming)

St. Regis Mohawk Tribe suspends cigarette wholesalers (Press Republican) 1/11/18

Violence Against Women Act could improve prosecution rates on Wind River Reservation (Wyoming Public Media) 1/4/18

 

 

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