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Month: January 2005

Washington in brief

BUDGET CRUNCH FOCUSES ON FEDERAL AGENCIES WASHINGTON - The federal budget to be unveiled in early February by President George W. Bush will seek savings from the elimination of superfluous federal and... Read More

Using the past

Western law is full of commandments and amendments, writs and injunctions, subpoenas, statutes, edicts and decrees. But Lorene Ferguson knows something more: The best part of the law isn't always down. Ferguson,... Read More
ST. PAUL, Minn. - The Minnesota Historical Society has acquired a rare copy of a treaty document between the Yankton Sioux Tribe of South Dakota and the federal government. The 1868 Treaty... Read More
Treaty council challenges feds RAPID CITY, S.D. - As the federal government grants more power to the states through various programs and the dispensation of funding to tribes that have treaties, Great... Read More
OTTAWA, Ontario - After 12 years of negotiations, which produced a 244-page treaty, and another 15 months waiting for parliamentary approval, the Dogrib First Nation has finally had its Tlicho Claims... Read More

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