National Indian Law Library Bulletin (1/22/2020)

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We have scoured the web. Here are some of the latest materials related to Indian Law. Find all of the latest updates at narf.org/nill/bulletins/

U.S. Supreme Court Bulletin 
http://www.narf.org/nill/bulletins/sct/2019-2020update.html
Read the latest update memo from the Tribal Supreme Court Project.

Federal Courts Bulletin
https://www.narf.org/nill/bulletins/federal/2020.html

  • Little Dog v. Flathead County (American Indian Religious Freedom Act)
  • State of Maine v. Houlton Band of Maliseet Indians and Penobscot Nation (Water Quality Standards) 
  • Ysleta Del Sur Pueblo v. City of El Paso  (Tribal Property; Pueblo Lands Act) 
  • Cherokee Nation v. Department of the Interior (Administrative Procedure Act) 
  • Dobbs v. Fond du Lac Reservation Business Committee  (Sovereign Immunity) 

State Courts Bulletin
https://www.narf.org/nill/bulletins/state/2020.html

  • Mendoza v. Isleta Resort and Casino  (Sovereign Immunity)
  • State of Minnesota v. Thompson  (Tribal Jurisdiction)
  • State of New Mexico v. Salazar (Criminal Jurisdiction)

Tribal Courts Bulletin 
https://www.narf.org/nill/bulletins/tribal/2020.html
Renzi v. Mashantucket Pequot Gaming Enterprise  (Personal Injury)

News Bulletin
https://www.narf.org/nill/bulletins/news/currentnews.html 
This week, in brief:

  • The necessity of the Indian Child Welfare Act
  • Census count is ‘an act of rebellion’
  • Bureau of Indian Affairs propose change affecting Alaska tribal recognition
  • Guest opinion: Bison transfer corrects longstanding wrong
  • Tohono O’odham historic sites at risk as border wall construction advances in Arizona
  • This South Seattle treatment center has been helping Native people beat substance use disorders for more than 30 years. So why is it closing?
  • Tribes file complaint with UN saying climate change threatens existence
  • Native Sun News Today: Gerry Robinson publishes new book about early Cheyenne history
  • ‘A Native lens’ on the 2020 presidential campaigns
  • Indigenous musicians come together in a sacred and safe space.