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Hobbs Straus successfully defended a former casino workers’ suit against a Tribe in a Tenth Circuit case finding absence of federal jurisdiction over non-Indian contract and tort disputes arising in Indian country. (2009)

General Memoranda [2012]

General Memorandum 12-065

Treasury Department and IRS to Hold Listening Session and Consultation Call with Tribal Leaders on the Application of the General Welfare Exclusion

General Memorandum 12-064

Tribal Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting Grants

General Memorandum 12-063

Tribal Court Improvement Program Grants

General Memorandum 12-062

House Committee Approves Violence Against Women Act Legislation Without Tribal Jurisdiction Expansion

General Memorandum 12-061

Federal Court Holds Arbitration Not Required Under Oklahoma's Model Compact

General Memorandum 12-060

Proposed Categorical Exclusion for Indian Homesites Published for Comments

General Memorandum 12-059

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Seeks Project Proposals for Tribal Wildlife Grant Program

General Memorandum 12-058

Rural Utilities Service Community Connect Grant Program

General Memorandum 12-057

Senate Approves Violence Against Women Reauthorization Bill with Tribal Jurisdiction; Alaska Tribes Excluded from Criminal Jurisdiction

General Memorandum 12-056

EPA Issues Rule Requiring Toxic Release Inventory Reporting to Tribal Governments


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