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Tribal Justice News - December 1, 2012

AMERICAN INDIAN AND ALASKA NATIVE HERITAGE MONTH AT THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE On Nov, 27, 2012, Deputy Attorney General James M. Cole and Acting Associate Attorney General Tony West spoke at the Justice Department's 2012 American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month Observance Program. The theme of the event was "Serving Our People, Serving Our Nation: Native Visions for Fut...

 
 By Anna Challet    News    December 3, 2012

Deadline Approaches for Homeowners Seeking Foreclosure Reviews

Well over 4 million homeowners affected by the foreclosure crisis are eligible for an independent review of their cases – but only a small percentage of them have requested one through a recently available federal program, and the deadline to do so is looming. The Independent Foreclosure Review (IFR) allows eligible current...

 

Historic Reacquisition of “Pe-Sla Sacred Site” Was Signed Today

(RAPID CITY, SD) - The Rosebud Sioux Tribe, Crow Creek Sioux Tribe, and the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community gathered in a historic assembly of related Tribes to reacquire the sacred site, Pe Sla. Pe Sla is sacred because it is related to the Lakota Creation, is the site of annual ceremonies, and historically, hosted many village gatherings. Black Elk, the Lakota...

 

Affordable Care Act: A year from now, health insurance will be a few clicks away

ST. PAUL — More than a fifth of Minnesotans will sit down at a computer, or talk to someone using a computer, a year from now answering a series of questions. It may look like they are on Travelocity planning a vacation, or maybe searching Amazon.com for the right gift....

 

Campaign turns to seeking fiscal cliff votes

ST. PAUL – The White House acts as if the campaign continues. Now, however, instead of public votes, President Barack Obama is looking for congressional votes to support his plans to avoid the “fiscal cliff....

 

William "Billy" Earl Summers

William “Billy” Summers, 83, of Bagley, Minnesota died on Wednesday, November 28, 2012 at the Altru Hospital in Grand Forks, North Dakota Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, December 4, 2012 at 1:00 p.m. at St. Phillip’s Episcopal Church in Rice Lake, MN. A wake will begin on Monday night at 4:00 p.m. and continue...

 

Notice of School Board Opening

Notice of School Board Opening The Red Lake School District #38 has an opening on the school board. Individuals interested in serving on the School Board should sent letters of interest to: School Board Opening Red Lake School District #38 PO Box 499 Red Lake, MN 56671 The individual appointed to fill this position will serve...

 

Drought hurt Christmas trees yet to come

Even if Minnesota's drought ended tomorrow, the dry conditions of the past two summers may haunt Christmases yet to come....

 

Cities wean themselves from state aid

Ten years into an era of reduced state aid, many metro cities have trimmed down, wised up and stopped expecting any of the funding that used to help them pay for plowing, police, parks and other services....

 

TV jousting reflects political posturing

WASHINGTON - As the White House and GOP leaders enter the final month of negotiations to avoid a year-end "fiscal cliff," both sides struck an uncompromising tone Sunday, as warnings mounted that they will be unable to forge an agreement to stop an automatic series of deep spending cuts and large tax hikes that could push the economy into recession....

 

Social Security: Part of the solution, or part of problem?

In 2011, we evaluated a similar statement about Social Security and gave it a relatively rare rating -- "true but false" -- which seemed to please no one. Yet as the "fiscal cliff" talks have heated up, Democrats have once again been using this talking point to shield Social Security from the chopping block....

 

Dayton aims to overhaul Minnesota's tax system

Gov. Mark Dayton is embarking on what could be the most dramatic overhaul of the state tax system in a generation....

 

5 states to extend classroom time for almost 20,000 students in bid to boost achievement

WASHINGTON - Open your notebooks and sharpen your pencils. School for thousands of public school students is about to get quite a bit longer. Five states were to announce Monday that they will add at least 300 hours of learning time to the calendar in some schools starting in 2013. Colorado, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York...

 

3M launches e-book lending service at metro libraries

Forget all those tiny Dewey Decimal stickers on the spines of books. 3M's library business has gone digital....

 

Former San Manuel chairman ready to tackle economy, jobs as San Bernardino County supervisor

James Ramos rose from an impoverished youth on the San Manuel Indian reservation to one of the most prominent movers and shakers in San Bernardino County. Read more: http://www.sbsun.com/breakingnews/ci_22113028/former-san-manuel-chairman-ready-tackle-economy-jobs#ixzz2DzTsgCn9...

 

Neighbouring reserve to Attawapiskat declares fuel, housing emergency

A year after the northern Ontario community of Attawapiskat jarred the country's conscience with its deplorable housing conditions, the reserve next door has only narrowly averted a similar crisis....

 

Frat fundraiser a sign of casual prejudice, aboriginal group says

Aboriginal groups say an Edmonton fraternity’s offensive fundraiser shows that First Nations people still have to deal with negative stereotypes....

 

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