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Water Resources Development Act Includes Several Key Provisions for Indian Country, US Senate Committee on Indian Affairs 12/10/16, "Congress has been very busy accommodating Indian Tribes this session. Here's an "index" of bills nearing Obama's signature...Elaine Willman"
Hoopa Tribe Sues Federal Government over Inadequate Protections for Juvenile Salmon, Hoopa Valley Tribe PRESS RELEASE 5/17/16
Hoopa Tribe petitions feds to speed up dam removal, H&N 5/31/12.
Mark Baird comments on the recent filing of a
lawsuit by the Karuk Tribe, PieNPolitics,
posted to KBC 5/19/12. "The
Tucker Hillman Tribe’s fake environmental group
is filing suit against another economic engine
in Siskiyou County. The Tucker Hillman tribe
intends to join the suit as well...The
Hillman is the President of the Riverkeepers.
The Greencorp Socialist S.
Craig Tucker is on the Board of the
(Karuk) tribe fights to have feds intervene in (Klamath) mining, Courthouse News 12/16/11. HERE > for Mining Page.
Karuk Tribe, conservation groups win suit against US Forest Service, Indybay 6/17/11. (KBC NOTE: Same groups, same agenda, same folks are KBRA voting members with our farm leaders.)
D.C. Court of Appeals will not hear Hoopa trout suit, Siskiyou Daily 1/5/11
1/2/11, Two Years Ago Today: Karuk Tribe sues U.S. government to acquire village and portion of Siskiyou County
Supreme Court redefines tribal and federal understandings of IRA; Tribes may seek Congressional fix, Indian Country Today 2/27/09
CARCIERI, GOVERNOR OF RHODE ISLAND, et al. v. SALAZAR, SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR, et al., certiorari to the united states court of appeals for the first circuit, No. 07-526. Argued November 3, 2008--Decided February 24, 2009. (KBC Note: a case of Tribes trying to acquire and put land into trust.)