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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 [2012]

General Memorandum 12-105

National Park Service Request for Comments on Traditional Cultural Properties and Native American Landscapes

General Memorandum 12-104

BIA Adopts Categorical Exclusion for Homesites

General Memorandum 12-103

IHS Announces the Availability of FY 2012 Tribal Self-Governance Program Planning and Negotiation Cooperative Agreements

General Memorandum 12-102

Ninth Circuit Holds Alaska Native Villages Failed to Prove Entitlement to Aboriginal Hunting and Fishing Rights

General Memorandum 12-101

Tenth Circuit States that Tribal Business Incorporated under State Law May Not Be Entitled to Tribal Sovereign Immunity

General Memorandum 12-100

Congressional Leaders and White House Agree to Pursue a Six-month FY 2013 Continuing Resolution

General Memorandum 12-099

DOI Schedules Tribal Consultations on "Interior Fire Program Assessment 2012"

General Memorandum 12-098

Indian Affairs Schedules Listening Sessions Regarding Sacred Sites on Federal Lands

General Memorandum 12-097

Bills to Enable States to Collect Sales and Use Taxes on Internet Sales Gathering Support

General Memorandum 12-096

New Federal Rules Reallocate Tribal Economic Development Bonds


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