By Renae DitmerNCAI president Brain Cladoosby was vocal about the need for a trust relationship with the Trump administration in his State of Indian Nations address.
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By Renae DitmerA motion to overturn the United States Army Corps of Engineers’ approval of the permit for the Lake Oahe easement was filed February 14.
By Renae DitmerA motion for a temporary restraining order to halt construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline was denied while more lawsuits are soon to be filed.
By Renae DitmerOn Lake Oahe easement, Army Corps said one thing in court, did another in public, to get Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) through.
By Renae DitmerDoes tribal sovereign immunity extend to an individual working for the tribe? That was the crux of U.S. Supreme Court case Lewis v. Clarke.
By Renae DitmerJudge James E. Boasberg presided over a hearing in regards to the Dakota Access Pipeline following Donald Trump’s January 24 memorandum.
By Renae DitmerDays before President Donald Trump signed executive actions for the pipelines without tribal consultation, his transition team met with tribal leaders.
By Renae DitmerThe Native Nations Inaugural Ball focused less on celebrating a new president and more on honoring Native American military members and veterans.
By Renae DitmerIndigenous woman played a special role, taking the lead in the protest march on Washington, D.C. that ended up comprising of at least 500,000 people.
By Renae DitmerAn uncertainty hangs over Indian country that asks how will the incoming Trump administration address critical issues across Turtle Island.