State Supreme Court Outcomes: Iowa and Nebraska

Here are two grain belt states, Iowa and Nebraska.

In Iowa, tribal interests are successful in 31 percent of cases

In Nebraska, tribal interests are successful in 33 percent of cases.

Here are the Iowa cases:

In re N.N.E. (2008) — L

In re N.V. (2008) — W

In re A.W. (2007) — L

State v. Lasley (2005) — L

In re R.E.K.F. (2005) — W

Iowa Management & Consultants v. Sac & Fox Tribe (2003) — L

Seymour v. Hunter (1999) — L

Gross v. Iowa Tribe of Neb. (1999) — W

Interest of A.E. (1997) — L

State v. Vega (1996) — L

Meier v. Sac and Fox Indian Tribe (1991) — W

State v. Bear (1990) — L

State v. Whitebreast (1987) — L

4 wins, 9 losses

 

Here are the Nebraska cases:

StoreVisions, Inc. v. Omaha Tribe (2011) — L

In re Elias L. (2009) — W

State v. Wabashaw (2007) — L

Adoption of Kenten H. (2007) — W

In re Phoenix L. (2006) — W

Young v. Neth (2002) — L

Walksalong v. Mackey (1996) — L

Interest of C.W. (1992) — L

Interest of J.L.M. (1990) — L

3 wins, 6 losses

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