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October 28, 2003
Cobell criticizes efforts to overturn trust fund wins (10/28)
FBI reports slight drop in violent crime in U.S. (10/28)
Conn. appeals dismissal of recognition case (10/28)
Yellow Bird: The truth is scarier than fiction (10/28)
Proposed lake in Neb. may submerge burial ground (10/28)
Navajo Nation president blasts reprimand of AG (10/28)
Citizen Potawatomi Tribe closes down restaurant (10/28)
Calif. tribe, mayors tout benefits of relationship (10/28)
Oneida Nation judge delays eviction of families (10/28)
Seneca Nation launches ad campaign against taxes (10/28)
Sho-Ban members protest actions of tribal council (10/28)
B.C. First Nation votes to accept $41M settlement (10/28)
Nisga'a Nation communities threatened by flooding (10/28)
Rival councils battle for control of Timbisha Tribe (10/28)
Senate set to confirm Leavitt as head of EPA (10/28)
Columbia River tribes seek more studies of fish (10/28)
Native American center opens at Ore. university (10/28)
Supreme Court won't review coalbed methane case (10/28)
Ousted Meskwaki leader claims election is illegal (10/28)
Daily aspirin may raise risk of cancer in women (10/28)
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