NEW YORK – This week, Council Delegate Nathaniel Brown (Chilchinbeto, Dennehotso, Kayenta) along with the Navajo Nation Human Rights Commission, attended the “Intervention on Enabling the Participation of Indigenous Governing Institutions at the United Nations on Participation Modalities,” to advocate for the Navajo Nation to become an official member of the United Nations. Delegate Brown, […]
Published February 6, 2017 BEMIDJI, MINNESOTA – Bemidji State University (BSU) and the Sanford Center hosted the 5th Annual Native Nations Night on Friday evening, February 3, 2017. Billed as “a night to honor the Native peoples and heritage of the Bemidji region,” the evening’s fans would watch the BSU Beavers men’s hockey team beat the Michigan […]
While the New Mexico Legislature is moving toward expanding mandatory background checks, Congress is heading in the other direction.
Published February 6, 2017 JACKSON, WYOMING – GOAL Tribal Coalition, one of the largest tribal organizations in North America has challenged members of the Democratic caucus on the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee who voted with Republicans to approve President Donald Trump’s nominee for Secretary of the Interior, Rep. Ryan Zinke, to reconsider their […]
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The process has not melted down to a full-fledged political food fight yet, but we’re already seeing harsh rhetoric and partisan posturing.
Adults over 21 would be able to legally buy, possess and smoke marijuana under a bill that survived its first hearing Saturday in the state House of Representatives.