Saginaw Chippewa Tribe reportedly reaches deal in boundary case
The Saginaw Chippewa Tribe has reportedly reached a deal over the boundaries of its reservation in Michigan.

The tribe sued the state to clarify the Indian Country status of the Isabella Reservation. The Department of Justice sided with the tribe and a tentative agreement could end the case, The Mt. Pleasant Morning Sun reported.

“All parties to this case have now reached tentative agreement regarding the terms of a global settlement of all disputes between them in this case,” according to a court filing, the paper reported.

The deal would include the state, Isabella County and the city of Mount Pleasant.

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Tentative deal reached in Tribal suit (The Mt. Pleasant Morning Sun 9/17)