No new Indian law cases in Supreme Court's latest docket sheet
The U.S. Supreme Court did not include any Indian law cases in its latest docket sheet.

A slew of petitions were up for consideration. They were:
Hogan v. Kaltag Tribal Council, an Indian Child Welfare Act case from Alaska;
Fort Peck Housing Authority v. U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, a dispute over Indian housing funds;
Gould v. Cayuga Indian Nation of New York, an Indian tobacco and jurisdiction case from New York;
Hoffman v. Sandia Resort and Casino, a sovereign immunity dispute from New Mexico;
Maybee v. Idaho, an Indian tobacco case from Idaho ;
Metlakatla Indian Community v. Sebelius, a contract health dispute from Alaska;
Schaghticoke Tribal Nation v. Salazar, a federal recognition case from Connecticut;
Thunderhorse v. Pierce, an Indian inmate religious rights case from Texas;
United States v. Eastern Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma, a trust case from Oklahoma.

So far, the Supreme Court only has one Indian law case on the October 2010 docket. It's US v. Tohono O'odham Nation, a trust case from Arizona.

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