Tag: West Virginia
Here we go again. Another week and the United States Senate is ready to vote on legislation to remake the entire health care system.
A killer Cherokee t-shirt, vultures, pigs and bees of the spelling variety round out this week's list of unusual stories lurking in the eddies of the mainstream media.
Navajo President Russell Begaye recently signed legislation removing the entire Navajo Housing Authority following allegations of misuse of federal funding.
Mary Annette Pember
An Energy Transfer Partners spill of two million gallons of drilling fluid mucks up Ohio wetlands, and Standing Rock water protectors are vindicated.
Debra Utacia Krol
While life expectancy is falling in the U.S., people generally live longer in tribal communities, though many continue to lag behind more affluent counties.
The American Health Care Act passed out of the House of Representatives and moves to the Senate with pieces that are unfriendly to many citizens.
The National Endowment for the Humanities is offering new grants, and is hoping Indian country groups will apply to fund their projects.
With the U.S. government already billions of dollars in debt on funding various Indian country infrastructure projects, what are tribes left to do?
The Atlantic Coast Pipeline was moved from a route bordering affluence to poorer rural areas; now water protectors are fighting back.
Do recent Indian law rulings spell the end of federal recognition for tribal groups unable to pay for legal counsel?
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