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Our attorneys assisted an intertribal effort in California to secure state legislation repudiating the use of the “existing Indian family doctrine,” a doctrine used to avoid application of the Indian Child Welfare Act.

General Memoranda [2016]

General Memorandum 16-060

Native American Tourism and Improving Visitor Experience Act Signed into Law

General Memorandum 16-059

FY 2017 Continuing Resolution through December 9 Enacted

General Memorandum 16-058

Fiscal Year 2017 Continuing Resolution Still Unresolved

General Memorandum 16-057

EPA Extends Comment Period on Clean Energy Incentive Program and Will Engage in Tribal Consultation; More Tribal Comments Needed

GENERAL MEMORANDUM 16-056

OPM issues proposed rule governing access to Federal Employee Health Benefits for tribal employers and employees

GENERAL MEMORANDUM 16-055

United States Sentencing Commission Tribal Issues Advisory Group

GENERAL MEMORANDUM 16-054

USDA Issues Report "Feasibility of Tribal Administration of Federal Nutrition Assistance Programs"

GENERAL MEMORANDUM 16-053

Victims of Crime Act Victims Assistance Program Final Rule; Appropriations Committees Recommend Crime Victims Fund Tribal Allocation

General Memorandum 16-052

Tribal Consultation and Listening Sessions Scheduled for the Indian Trust Asset Reform Act

General Memorandum 16-051

Indian Health Service Fiscal Year 2017 Appropriations Update


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