Here are the materials in Tasso v. Lucky Star Casino:
Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes
News Profile of Tribal Marriage Equality Initiatives
Unpublished California ICWA Case on Customary Adoption in State Court
In sum, because the Tribe never identified tribal customary adoption as an option, because the Tribe was involved in the selection of the appropriate permanent plan for the child, and because the record shows that the Tribe was aware of tribal customary adoption at the time of the selection and implementation hearing, the father has failed to show “a reasonable probability that compliance with the procedural requirements of tribal customary adoption would have resulted in an outcome more favorable to him.” (G.C., supra, 216 Cal.App.4th at p. 1401.)
Time Magazine Article on Indian Country Marriage Equality
Gay Men to Marry under Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal Law
Here, via How Appealing.
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