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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 [2014]

General Memorandum 14-040

Federal District Court Rules that the ADEA Applies to Tribally-Owned Casino

General Memorandum 14-039

Supreme Court Upholds Tribal Sovereign Immunity in Michigan v. Bay Mills

General Memorandum 14-038

Fish and Wildlife Service Publishes Two Proposed Rules and a Draft Policy Statement regarding Critical Habitat under the Endangered Species Act

General Memorandum 14-037

Supreme Court Upholds Michigan Ban on Use of Race in State School Admissions Decisions

General Memorandum 14-036

DOI Proposes Rule to Eliminate the "Alaska Exception" to Taking Land into Trust

General Memorandum 14-035

OMB Guidance on FY 2016 Federal Agency Budget Submissions

General Memorandum 14-034

Over Half of Rural Business Opportunity Grants Are Reserved for Tribal Areas

General Memorandum 14-033

FY 2015 Appropriations Request for Indian Affairs, Full Funding Requested for Contract Support Costs

General Memorandum 14-032

Status of Workforce Investment Act Reauthorization Legislation

GENERAL MEMORANDUM 14-031

President’s Task Force on Climate Preparedness and Resilience: Tribal Leaders’ Request for Recommendations – Deadline Extended


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