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Tom Udall Sep 10
Shared the podium with my friend at ’s Tribal Unity Impact Day. This summer, the Senate passed 11 bills, from self-governance to restoring tribal homelands, and we're ready to get them passed in the House and signed into law.
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Senator John Hoeven Sep 3
Today at Tribal Leaders Summit, I outlined legislative efforts as Chairman to empower economic growth, improve public safety & ensure access to quality health care, education & housing in Indian Country.
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Indian Affairs Aug 14
August 14 was first designated as National Navajo Code Talkers Day by President Ronald Reagan in 1982. Today, we recognize the tremendous contributions made by the Navajo Code Talkers.
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Senator John Hoeven Aug 7
Brought to ND to see housing efforts & give local officials a chance to provide input on programs. Highlighted how ’s & Tribal HUD-VASH help people achieve long-term success & secure permanent housing.
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Senate Indian Affairs Committee Aug 7
and visit the Spirit Lake Indian Nation today to discuss tribal housing issues.
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Senate Indian Affairs Committee Jul 31
TODAY: Committee Approves Nomination of NIGC Chairman More info:
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Senate Indian Affairs Committee Jul 24
TODAY: Holds Nomination Hearing for Chairman of the . More info:
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Senate Indian Affairs Committee Jul 24
TODAY: Committee advances bill for the Spirit Lake Nation during its business meeting. More info:
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Senate Indian Affairs Committee Jul 24
Tune in now for the ’s nomination hearing of E. Sequoyah Simermeyer to serve as Chair. Hearing found here:
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Senate Indian Affairs Committee Jul 19
THIS WEEK: , and Introduce Legislation for the Spirit Lake Nation. More information:
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Senate Indian Affairs Committee Jul 17
TODAY: Chairman Hoeven, Vice Chairman Udall, and members of the Committee met with the recently appointed U.S. Poet Laureate, Joy Harjo, a member of the Muscogee Creek Nation and first Native American named to the position.
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Senate Indian Affairs Committee Jul 17
TODAY: Committee advances two bills during its business meeting. More info:
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Senate Indian Affairs Committee Jul 17
UPDATE: Due to Senate floor votes, the scheduled Committee business meeting has been moved to a room in the U.S. Capitol. The business meeting will be unavailable for live webcast or public attendance.
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Senate Indian Affairs Committee Jul 17
TODAY at 2:30 PM EDT: The Committee will hold a business meeting to consider two bills, S. 886 & S. 2071. More info: Following the business meeting, the Committee will welcome Joy Harjo (Muscogee Creek Nation), the first Native American U.S. Poet Laureate
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Senate Indian Affairs Committee Jun 28
This week— U.S. Senate Passes Two Indian Economic Development and Self Governance Bills. Read More Here:
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Senate Indian Affairs Committee Jun 28
Chairman Announces U.S. Senate Passage of 11 Bills for Indian Country. Read here for more info:
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Senate Indian Affairs Committee Jun 25
TODAY: announces the nomination of E. Sequoyah Simermeyer as the next Chair of the . For more information:
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Senate Indian Affairs Committee Jun 25
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Indian Affairs May 24
IA News Release: Assistant Secretary Sweeney Announces 9,300 Acre Fee-To-Trust Decision -
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NIHB May 23
Yesterday, Deputy Director & Director of Public Health Policy & Programs, Carolyn Angus-Hornbuckle, participated in a roundtable discussion on the importance of advancing public health in Indian Country before the .
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