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Prior to the founding of Hobbs Straus, Jerry Straus was lead Washington, D.C. counsel in the first large scale case for the restoration of historic Indian land – the restoration of the 48,000 acre Blue Lake lands to the Taos Pueblo.

General Memoranda [2011]

GENERAL MEMORANDUM 11-016

Administration for Native Americans FY 2011 Grants

GENERAL MEMORANDUM 11-015

Department of the Interior Releases Draft Tribal Consultation Policy

GENERAL MEMORANDUM 11-014

Department of Energy Issues Revised List of Categorical Exclusions Under the National Environmental Policy Act

GENERAL MEMORANDUM 11-013

Council on Environmental Quality Issues Guidance on Mitigation and Monitoring under the National Environmental Policy Act

GENERAL MEMORANDUM 11-012

Bureau of Indian Affairs Self-Governance Applications for 2012

GENERAL MEMORANDUM 11-011

Energy Department Announces $10 million in New Native American Funding

GENERAL MEMORANDUM 11-010

Federal Emergency Management Agency Seeks Tribal Applicant for Membership on National Advisory Council

GENERAL MEMORANDUM 11-009

Council on Environmental Quality Seeks Input from Tribes on Guidance on Consideration of Effects of Climate Change and Greenhouse Gas Emissions

GENERAL MEMORANDUM 11-008

Department of Justice FY 2011 Coordinated Tribal Assistance Grants

GENERAL MEMORANDUM 11-007

ANA Issues Notice of Final Policy Directive for FY 2011


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