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Pamunkey Tribe told to wait longer for decision on recognition
Posted: Wednesday, November 20, 2013
Bureau of Indian Affairs
has again delayed a decision on federal recognition for the
The tribe expected a decision on August 20 but the BIA requested a 90-day extension at tat time. Now the agency is telling the tribe to wait until December 20.
The tribe filed its letter of intent in June 2009, according to the BIA's
Office of Federal Acknowledgment
. The petition was placed on the "ready" list in July 2012.
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Decision on federal recognition for Pamunkey Indian Tribe delayed once again
(The Tidewater Review 11/20)
BIA delays decision on Pamunkey Tribe recognition petition
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