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Our firm defended a tribal absentee ballot law (denying absentee ballots to non-resident members) against constitutional attack in Jacobson v. Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, No. CV-05-101 (Supreme Court of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, Nov. 29, 2006).

General Memoranda [2015]

General Memorandum 15-066

HUD Accepting Applications for FY 2015 Indian Community Development Block Grant; HUD Deputy Assistant Secretary for the Office of Native American Programs to Retire

General Memorandum 15-065

BIA Implementation Procedures for the Purpose Code X Program; For Use in Background Checks for Emergency Child Placements

General Memorandum 15-064

FY 2016 Continuing Resolution Likely; Administration Releases Proposed Anomalies List; Members of Congress Introduce Bills to Exempt Indian Programs from Sequestration

General Memorandum 15-063

Native American Voting Rights Legislation Introduced

General Memorandum 15-062

Departments of Justice and Interior Introduce Two Programs to Expand Tribal Access to National Crime Information Databases

General Memorandum 15-061

National Park Service Reopens Comment Period on Proposed Rule on Gathering Plants for Traditional Purposes in National Parks

General Memorandum 15-060

White House Directive to Federal Agencies Regarding FY 2017 Native Youth Priorities

General Memorandum 15-059

Environmental Protection Agency Publishes Proposed Interpretive Rule on Tribal Eligibility for "Treatment as a State" under the Clean Water Act

General Memorandum 15-058

Census Bureau Tribal Consultations on 2020 Census

General Memorandum 15-057

Administration for Children and Families Tribal Consultation on September 14


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