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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 [2014]

GENERAL MEMORANDUM 14-030

Administration for Children and Families Tribal Consultation and Grantees Conference

General Memorandum 14-029

Employment and Training Administration Solicits Applications for Workforce Investment Act Section 166 Native American Employment and Training Program Grants

General Memorandum 14-028

USDA Re-establishes Council for Native American Farming and Ranching; Solicits Nominations for Council

General Memorandum 14-027

National Park Service Solicits Nominations for Membership on Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Review Committee

General Memorandum 14-026

Indian Health Service Issues Reimbursement Rates for Calendar Year 2014

General Memorandum 14-025

Preparing for the Affordable Care Act's Employer Mandate

General Memorandum 14-024

Tribal Energy Development Bill Introduced by Senator Barrasso

General Memorandum 14-023

Child Care Development Block Grant Reauthorization Bill Approved by the Senate; Tribal Child Care Allocation could Increase

General Memorandum 14-022

Indian Health Service FY 2015 Proposed Budget; Contract Support Costs Fully Funded

General Memorandum 14-021

Indian Affairs FY 2014 Appropriations; Contract Support Costs Fully Funded


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