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New measure repeals old prohibition on distilleries in Indian Country
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American Indian Cultural Center and Museum names senior curator
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High Country News: Harassment pervades Bureau of Indian Affairs
Mary Annette Pember: Film looks at sterilization of Indian women
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Red Lake Nation calls for removal of oil pipelines from reservation
Pamunkey Tribe announces plans for $700 million gaming facility
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Cronkite News: Nationwide walkout a month after deadly shooting
YES! Magazine: Students explain why they want stronger gun laws
Former San Manuel Band leader aims to make history in California
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Conservative group claims victory in Indian Child Welfare Act case
Kiowa Tribe prepares to debut new casino with more in the works
Cherokee Nation set to break ground on gaming expansion project
Bill authorizes ball and dice games at tribal casinos in Oklahoma
Senate Committee on Indian Affairs convenes hearing on opioids
Republicans advance bill to prevent name changes at sacred site
Sentences handed down for child abuse on Pine Ridge Reservation
Housing Secretary Carson played role in buying $31K furniture set
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YES! Magazine: Elders and warriors keep close watch on pipeline
Tulalip Tribes head to trial in closely-watched dual taxation case
Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians halts charitable bingo
Quapaw Tribe sees another setback with gaming bid in Arkansas
Winnebago Tribe sends basketball team to championships again
Indian lawmaker welcomes tribal delegation to Nebraska Capitol
Sen. Elizabeth Warren still faces Indian heritage questions, jokes
Native Sun News Today: Inmate learns lesson from brutal crime
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Cronkite News: Students call for stronger gun control measures
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Agua Caliente Band opposes proposal to ban short term rentals
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