2016 Native American News Archive
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The US Government is taking control of Native American lands and forcing them to allow oil developers to drill on their land and move oil via pipelines.
From watching what happened with the Tar Sands of Canada, we can get a good glimpse at what the land will look like after they’re done with it.
Experts say two cases coming before the Supreme Court this week could become landmarks in defining how Canada regulates industrial activity on indigenous lands.
Law360, New York (February 16, 2016, 3:13 PM EST) — A suit by a New Jersey tribe claiming the state has reneged on its official acknowledgment of the group illustrates the confusion that can crop up around state recognition as tribes navigate a state’s particular process to achieve and maintain that status for the sake of potentially uncertain benefits.