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New Mexico e-cigarette restriction bill advances

A New Mexico bill that would prohibit the use of e-cigarettes in areas where traditional smoking is banned is advancing in the Legislature over the objections of Republican lawmakers. The bill advanced past a state House committee on a vote of 5-3. https://www.sfgate.com/news/article/The-Latest-New-...

 

The Donald Trump of 1990 Was Also Disturbingly the Most Popular Man In America

There are a lot of sayings about how history is always repeating itself, about how if we want to learn about the future, we need to understand the past. But it never feels like it applies to the period in which we are living until we’ve suffered through it and can contrast it with the past, and that’s never felt...

 

The White Earth Band of Ojibwe legally recognized the rights of wild rice. Here's why

Manoomin ("wild rice") now has legal rights. At the close of 2018, the White Earth band of Ojibwe passed a law formally recognizing the Rights of Manoomin. According to a resolution, these rights were recognized because "it has become necessary to provide a legal basis...

 

Winnebago Tribe still fighting back a year after raid on reservation

More than a year has passed since federal agents raided the Winnebago Reservation in Nebraska in what tribal leaders have called on attack on their sovereignty. On January 30, 2018, nearly 50 agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms converged on the offices of Ho-Chunk Inc., the Winnebago Tribe’s...

 

Court Brings Back Subsidies for Tribal Wireless Providers

WASHINGTON (CN) – The D.C. Circuit on Friday vacated an order by the Federal Communications Commission limiting federal subsidies for wireless providers bringing service to tribal lands, finding it unfairly impacted access and affordability for Native Americans. Under the Lifeline Assistance Program, which began in...

 

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