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Washington moved closer to allowing residents to bet on professional sporting events at tribal casinos this week as the Senate passed the latest version of a bill to allow that change to state gambling laws.
The Colville Confederated Tribes face significant losses in their timber programs from a continued federal government shutdown, along with losses in social and health services, the tribal chairman said this week.
Federal officials have determined that commercial fishery failures occurred for salmon in Washington, Oregon and California, making those fisheries eligible for federal disaster assistance.
The $3.8 billion Dakota Access pipeline began shipping oil for customers on Thursday, as Native American tribes that opposed the project vowed to continue fighting.
State agreements to offer refunds to Native American tribes for fuel sold in their gas stations are legal, the state Supreme Court ruled today.
A 25-foot granite column commemorating the Battle of Pine Creek at Rosalia, Washington, is 100 years old this month. The Esther Reed Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution in conjunction with the town of Rosalia will lay a wreath at the base of the column on Saturday.
The Supreme Court says the government must fully reimburse Native American tribes for money they spent on federal programs.
WASHINGTON – Members of a Washington state coastal tribe pleaded with a congressional panel Thursday to move them out of a tsunami zone and into a national park. “Without this bill, the tsunami danger could lead to extinction of the Quileute people,” Tribal Chairwoman Bonita Cleveland said, adding, “now is the time to protect us before it is too late.”