Black Section SeparatorA bill that would have allowed Native American tribes in Maine to get the same benefits of future federal laws as tribes across the rest of the U.S. was stop
Black Section SeparatorThere is no legitimate policy justification for the Wabanaki Nations to be treated differently from all other 570 federally recognized Tribal Nations, despit
Black Section SeparatorThe House approved the bill in July, but there was no provision for the spending bill that must be approved before Congress adjourns on Friday.
Black Section SeparatorKing said in a statement that he’s committed to working with tribes, but he had serious concerns about the legislation in its current form and the conseque
Black Section SeparatorIf the bill advanced through the regular Senate process, Susan Collins would consider it carefully, her spokesman said. This is the second major defeat this
Black Section Separator“Ensuring the Wabanaki tribes have the same access to future beneficial federal laws and programs as nearly every other federally recognized tribe in the n
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