WASHINGTON — U.S. District Judge James Boasberg agreed today to temporarily halt construction on a portion of the Dakota Access oil pipeline, but his decision fell short of protecting the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe’s burial grounds that were plowed up by the pipeline company over Labor Day weekend.
Click here if you missed Part 1; here if you missed Part 2; and here if you missed Part 3.QUESTION: Does the U.S. have a Trust Responsibility to individual Indians even where they are descendants of Historically Recognized Tribes, although not “Federally Recognized”, where they were/are Indian descendants “Terminated”...
An interesting case has landed in the U.S. Supreme Court: Dollar General v. Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians. The case has churned up an interesting group of supporters of Dollar General, including the states of Oklahoma, Wyoming, Utah, Michigan, Arizona, and Alabama; the South Dakota Bankers Association; the Litigation...
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