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Federal Courts Bulletin
- United States v. Johnson (Assimilative Crimes Act)
- The Shawnee Tribe v. Yellen (CARES Act)
State Courts Bulletin
- State of Iowa v. Cungtion (Criminal Jurisdiction)
- State of Iowa v. Bear (Criminal Jurisdiction)
Law Review & Bar Journal Bulletin (contact us if you need help finding a copy of an article)
- Healthcare self-governance.
- Analyzing the implications of the Supreme Court's application of the Canons of Construction in recent federal Indian law cases.
- This land is not our land, this land is their land: Returning national park lands to their rightful protectors.
- John Locke's theory of property, and the dispossession of Indigenous peoples in the settler-colony.
- How Alaska Native Corporations can better support Alaska Native Villages.
- The importance of abolition of the carceral state for Native survivors.
- The potential of bison restoration as an ecological approach to future tribal food sovereignty on the northern Great Plains.
- Bison, tribes, and brucellosis in the interagency bison management plan.
This week, in brief:
- Tribes reach $590 million opioid settlement with J.&J. and distributors
- Peltier's defense committee demands release of 77-year-old activist
- Full-time NAGPRA investigator hired for first time in decades
- Feeling 'the presence of my ancestors': Protecting sacred Indigenous land near Joshua Tree
- Tribal nations are locked inside the U.S. water regime
- Supreme Court appointment could re-position tribal law
- Increasing the supply of healthcare for Native Americans
- The economics of climate accountability
- American Indian course highlights importance of Indigenous causes on campus
- California museum returns massacre remains to Wiyot Tribe
- Indigenous political activists, scholars speak on importance of learning from Indigenous thought, environmental impact
- Tribal survey captures deepening food insecurity in Indian Country that federal data has missed
- Diné ancestors discovered: Southwest’s dark side uncovered in search for family history